Here’s what we know about the Mass. school superintendent who allegedly sent threatening texts

By: | April 11, 2022

Authorities say Lynn Clark, 51, a Chicopee native who built her entire career serving the city’s students, admitted she sent approximately 99 text messages to the victim, but only after she lied to investigators in an attempt to cast suspicion on other city employees and a family member. She is charged with one count of making false statements.

Although an FBI affidavit filed in federal court identifies the victim as “Individual 1,” a source familiar with the probe told The Boston Globe the person was a Chicopee police officer. It remains unclear how Clark and the officer know one another.

Mayor John speaking at a School Committee meeting last week, said Clark’s arrest has left officials “shocked.”

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