Music tutor arrested for alleged incident with 10-year-old

A Stamford man is under arrest after allegedly making an “unsuitable request” toward a 10-year-old child he was tutoring.

Sean Jackson, 41, turned himself in to police custody on July 23 after being informed there was a warrant for his arrest. He was then charged with risk of injury to a minor, which is a class C felony. The warrant stemmed from a Greenwich Police Department investigation after a complaint was filed that Mr. Jackson allegedly made the “unsuitable request” toward the child.

The exact nature of the request was not revealed nor were any other details except that Mr. Jackson was working as a music tutor at the time and this was done in a “private school setting” not by a tutor hired privately by the victim’s family. Due to confidentiality concerns, police said they would be releasing no additional information at this time and nothing was revealed about which private school this is connected to.

Police are, however, continuing the investigation into Mr. Jackson and are asking the public for assistance. Anyone with information regarding any possible past incidents with Mr. Jackson similar to this one are urged to contact the Greenwich Police Department’s Special Victims Section at 203-622-8030.

Mr. Jackson was released on a $500 cash bond and is due in court July 30.

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