Missouri principal resigns after indecent exposure charge in Oklahoma
Monday, December 15th 2003, 12:00 am
News On 6
(Diamond, Missouri-AP) -- A Missouri high school principal who's charged in Oklahoma with indecent exposure, has resigned.
The superintendent of the Diamond School District says Robert Blizzard turned in a letter of resignation Friday. Superintendent Mark Mayo says he expects the school board to accept the resignation during a meeting Tuesday.
Blizzard, of Fairfield, Oklahoma, was charged December 5th with felony indecent exposure after an incident on the Will Rogers Turnpike near Miami.
A truck driver contacted the Oklahoma Highway Patrol about a man exposing himself to motorists. A trooper who stopped Blizzard a short time later says Blizzard admitted exposing himself.
Blizzard is free on $10,000 bond.