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Leader's legal woes split school

Parent Bill Anderson speaks out against the Marblehead Community Charter Public School Board of Trustees on Thursday. Parent Bill Anderson speaks out against the Marblehead Community Charter Public School Board of Trustees on Thursday. (Robert Spencer for the Globe)
By Maria Sacchetti
Globe Staff / June 9, 2007

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MARBLEHEAD -- First, the headmaster of the first charter school in the state was convicted of drunken driving a year ago. Now, the same school official is about to be arraigned on charges that he assaulted and threatened a 14-year-old girl who allegedly saw him drinking at school. (Full article: 941 words)

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