Thursday, October 10, 2013 at 12:00 am (Updated: October 10, 12:03 am)
In a Sept. 24 jury trial, Former Gadsden Central Academy Principal William Blitch was found not guilty of trespassing.
Andrew Deneen, an assistant state attorney, said, “A jury of his peers found him not guilty of the crime charged.”
The charge of trespassing on property after warning stemmed from an incident in April. He was also initially charged with disorderly intoxication but that charge was dropped April 11 by a judge.
Blitch said, “It was a ridiculous charge from Day One, but all the evidence proved I was innocent.”
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