Former Interim Asst. Principal at LR's Central High Pleads Not Guilty to Harassing Students

Thomas McDonald faces a July trial in the case.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - A former interim assistant principal at Little Rock's Central High School has pleaded not guilty to harassment charges.

Thomas McDonald, 55, appeared before Judge Alice Lightle in Little Rock District Court this morning.

The judge set a July 10 trial date for McDonald, who was arrested last week after the Prosecutor's Office decided to press charges in a December incident.

According to a December 13 police report, four girls aged 15 to 17 told school officials that McDonald had called them out of class or approached them in the hallway more than once to ask about their sexual activity. He allegedly called the girls "sexy," according to one of them. The girls also made allegations that he hugged them and brushed their back. Police investigated the incident and sent the case file to the prosecutor for review.
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