Former Skiatook School Superintendent's Sentencing Pushed Back
TULSA, Oklahoma - A former Skiatook School Superintendent accused of accepting bribes will have to wait another two months to learn his fate.
Formal sentencing for Dr. Gary Johnson was pushed back to March 27, 2012.
In July 2011, Johnson pled guilty to four counts of accepting bribes. Prosecutors say he accepted money from Oklahoma City businessman Rick Enos in exchange for using district contracts at Enos' companies.
Enos' attorneys have postponed his arraignment on multiple occasions.
Johnson could face up to 40 years in prison and a $20,000 fine.