Aware Domestic Violence Program Coordinator Ladonna Glenn charged with domestic violence:
Oakland County judge sentences former domestic violence program coordinator at AWARE to probation for assaulting husband
By Danielle Salisbury
The Jackson Citizen Patriot
June 21, 2010 at 9:23 PM
Updated June 22, 2010 at 10:53 AM
An Oakland County judge sentenced the former domestic violence program coordinator at AWARE Inc. in Jackson on Monday to a year probation for assaulting her husband.
As part of the court order, LaDonna Glenn has to participate in domestic violence and anger management programs, abstain from assaultive or threatening behavior and not use or possess any deadly weapon, according to online Oakland County court records.
A jury convicted Glenn, 47, in May of felonious assault, resulting in her losing her job at AWARE, a shelter and service provider to victims of sexual assault and domestic violence. Circuit Judge Martha Anderson sentenced her Monday afternoon.
She was accused of going to her and her husband’s condominium in Southfield in September, beating on the door with a hammer and twice raising the tool at her husband, George Glenn, whom she alleged was unfaithful.
Court records indicate she also had or has an address in Blackman Township.
In Jackson, she spoke publicly about domestic violence issues and participated in efforts to prevent it or educate others about its effects.