Goshen schools superintendent and four district employees charged with misdemeanors
TORRINGTON, Wyo. — Goshen County School District #1 Superintendent Jean Chrostoski and four other district employees were charged Monday with misdemeanors stemming from a Dec. 21, 2018, vehicle crash on Road 49 South of Torrington.
Chrostoski has been charged with two misdemeanor charges: one count of failure to notify law enforcement of a vehicle crash, and one count of conspiracy to commit interference with a police officer.
District administration secretaries Loreen Fritzler and Kim Cawthra, Assistant Business Manager Kim Flock and Trail Elementary School teacher Robert Flock were each charged with single misdemeanor of conspiracy to commit interference with a police officer.
According to court documents, Chrostoski’s attorney, listed in court documents as Nathaniel Hibben, has filed an entry of appearance on her behalf, waived arraignment and entered a not guilty plea on Tuesday. Circuit Court Judge Randal Arp has ordered Chrostoski to appear before him on Tuesday, Jan. 15, for a bond hearing due to the plea.
The District Board of Trustees accepted Chrostoski’s retirement effective Feb. 1, at a special meeting on Thursday, Jan. 3.