South Bay News
Principal busted for selling drugs appears in court
SANTA CLARA, Calif. (KGO) -- A South Bay school principal arrested for selling methamphetamine did not enter a plea Wednesday to felony drug charges.
42-year-old Eric Dean Lewis appeared in court Wednesday morning. He is the principal of Montague Elementary in Santa Clara. Police say he offered drugs to an undercover officer he met through an online dating site.
Lewis is charged with five felony drug counts and is due back in court November 7.
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