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Incident 7608 - Resolved

Role: Faculty
Position: Associate Professor
Discipline: Physical Sciences and Mathematics; Computer Science
Specific Discipline: Computer Science, Information Systems Technology
Outcome Year: 2007
Outcome Category: Criminal Plea / Conviction; No Longer Employed (includes Fired and Contract Non-renewal)
Quote: "The last of the three men charged in a murder-for-hire plot against a Tidewater Community College professor last year admitted his role and was ordered to serve eight and a half years in prison on Wednesday.

The defendant, Jay Glosser, 54, a former associate professor of information systems technology at the Norfolk campus, will serve six months more than his co-defendants. He reached a plea agreement with prosecutors, in which he pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit murder-for-hire, solicitation and conspiracy to commit extortion. He waived his pre-sentence report and was sentenced Wednesday to 35 years with all but eight and a half suspended.

Glosser, of Queenswood Terrace in Chesapeake, was accused of conspiring to kill another TCC professor, Kimberly Perez, who had filed a sexual harassment complaint against him."
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