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Fresno Unified Candidate Explains 1996 Meth Arrest

   (Sept. 17, 2012) --  Andrew Doris, candidate for  the Fresno Unified School Board  endorsed by the Fresno Teachers Association, explained a 1996 meth arrest in a
news release.

      AM 940 KYNO host Bill McEwen reported today on The Drive that his account is that the drugs were left in his car after he drove a
former colleague to a house in Pinedale. Doris said police were
conducting surveillance on the residence because it was a drug house.
He said officers stopped him for expired vehicle registration tags and
discovered the drugs.

  Doris says the felony charge was dismissed after he successfully completed a drug rehab program in August 1997.
Doris is going against  incumbent Carol Mills in the race for District
2, which includes Fresno High School. Mills is trying to "smear my
reputation and drive me out of the race," Doris said.