Former St. Louis-area principal facing another charge
CLAYTON (AP) — A former suburban St. Louis high school principal already accused of having a sexual relationship with a student is now facing a theft charge.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that 47-year-old Walter Collie Jr. was charged Monday with making withdrawals and forging checks totaling nearly $10,000 from his school's parent-teacher group.
Collie was an assistant principal at McCluer North High School in north St. Louis County. He resigned in February. In April, he was charged with statutory second-degree rape and statutory second-degree sodomy for an alleged relationship with a student early this year.
A message seeking comment from Collie's attorney Tuesday was not immediately returned.