Ex-SoCal professor posts bond, avoids arrest
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (KFSN) -- A local college professor accused of running an outlaw motorcycle drug gang has managed to avoid arrest.
Investigators said 43-year-old Stephen Kinzey was on the run, but a bondsman posted a $300,000 bond for him this week, nullifying the arrest warrant.
That means Kinzey, a physical fitness professor at California State University, San Bernardino, is no longer considered a fugitive and can remain free at least until his court date in November.
University administrators said Kinzey's status as a professor is still up in the air.
The San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department recently raided Kinzey's home and seized drugs and guns. Kinzey was not home during the raid, but his former student and live-in girlfriend, Holly Robinson, was in the house. She was arrested for her part in the alleged drug sales.
So far, seven people have been arrested, but several others are still at large.
If you have any information regarding this case, you're urged to contact the San Bernardino Sheriff's Department at (909) 890-4840.
KABC-TV LOS ANGELES, CA contributed to this report.
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