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 Timeline Shows Chain of Events for Former AD David Bradford

July 1, 2009 -

 

April 23 - Bradford allegedly strikes a 17-year-old KHS softball player on the arm during a home softball game; Knightstown Police Department begins investigation.

April 24 - CAB Superintendent Gary Storie places Bradford on paid leave and begins CAB's investigation into incident.

April 27 - During a brief interview with the KPD, Bradford claims his contact with the player was unintentional and that he didn't even immediately realize he had touched her.

April 28 - The Henry County Prosecutor's Office (HCPO) receives the KPD's initial report recommending Bradford be charged with battery. The HCPO, however, says more investigation is needed.

April 29 - School Board approves Storie's decision to place Bradford on paid leave.

May 1 - CAB sends Bradford official notice that the school board plans to meet to consider canceling his contract.

May 15 - Bradford notifies CAB that he wants to have a hearing before the school board meets to consider canceling his contract.

May 19 - School Board meets privately in executive session to discuss allegations against Bradford. Storie presents results of his investigation and recommends Bradford be suspended without pay for three weeks and "other corrective actions" that were not publicly detailed. The school board does not accept Storie's recommendation.

June 10 or 11 - Henry County Prosecutor Kit Crane tells Bradford's legal counsel he will not charge Bradford with battery if Bradford resigns from CAB.

June 18 - Bradford signs five-page resignation agreement.

June 22 - Crane receives a copy of signed resignation agreement from CAB's attorney.

June 24 - Storie receives a copy of signed resignation agreement from CAB's attorney.

June 30 - School Board was scheduled to meet in executive session to discuss resignation, then possibly vote or take other final action during a public meeting that was to immediately follow the executive session.

 

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