Connecticut school employee charged with distributing marijuana to teens 06/17/2019 12:01 pm PDT Comments WTIC By Doug Stewart, WTIC DANBURY, Conn. (WTIC) -- Police said a former Danbury school employee has been charged with providing marijuana to several teens. Police said they received a complaint that Glenn Davis, 41, who was a Safety Advocate at Danbury High School, provided marijuana to several juveniles, which included DHS students, while off campus. Davis was charged with 4 counts of Risk of Injury to a Minor, and two counts of Distributing Marijuana. Officials said Davis resigned May 8. MORE: Former Danbury school employee charged with distributing marijuana to teens - WTIC #Connecticut #Drugs #Marijuana #WTIC Related Stories Husband, girlfriend plead not guilty; new evidence in Dulos disappearance Update: 3 of 4 Bear Brook 'Allenstown 4' victims identified Police arrest a man in connection with the 1986 murder of girl TCDPOD: Mom missing on custody hearing day; Woman's phone records death Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.