Catholic high school teacher accused of exposing himself to woman at Norfolk station | Local News
WRENTHAM – A local resident who teaches at a private Catholic high school in Boston faces charges of fondling in front of a woman at the Norfolk commuter train station.
Jeffrey J. Glozzy, 40, of 54 Grove St., Norfolk, pleaded innocent in Wrentham District Court on Monday to open and rude conduct and obscene and lascivious conduct. His lawyer called the incident a “complete misunderstanding”.
Glozzy is free from his own engagement as long as he stays away from the woman and the station.
Glozzy, who is an art teacher at St. Joseph’s Preparatory High School, allegedly fondled himself in front of a woman parked in her car at the train station around 4:30 p.m. Friday, according to a police report.
The 68-year-old woman, whose name is crossed out from court records, told police she was waiting for her husband when a man parked his car behind his car at the back corner of the parking lot.
She told police that the man got out of the car, placed his cell phone on the ground, then approached his car and stroked.
The woman called the police and gave them a license plate and a description of the car and the man.
Glozzy was arrested on Rockwood Road near Boardman Street, a short distance from the station, by Constable James Hazeldine.
Glozzy was also charged with driving without a license and operating an uninspected motor vehicle.
His lawyer, Joseph Cataldo de Franklin, said his client was urinating in the bushes near the parking lot and the alleged incident was “a complete misunderstanding.”
“It’s an embarrassing situation but not something you pretend to be,” Cataldo said.
He described his client as a father and father. Cataldo declined to talk about his client’s employment status.
No one in St. Joseph’s returned a call from The Sun Chronicle on Monday afternoon.
The case was continued for a pre-trial conference in July.
David Linton can be reached at 508-236-0338.