Tehama County superintendent pleads not guilty in fake degree case

Mar 30, 2015 3:37 PM by News Staff, Photo: Tehama County Schools

The Tehama County Superintendent of Schools, who's been accused of petty theft and lying about his educational background, entered a not guilty plea today.

Charles Allen was accused of lying by someone running against him for superintendent. Allen has allegedly claimed to have a master's degree, but public records show he received only a bachelor's degree.

Court records also show two misdemeanor charges of petty theft were filed on February 20th against Allen.

Allen's next court appearance is scheduled for May 6th.


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