Former Reinhardt professor arrested on sexual battery
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A former Reinhardt University professor was arrested Tuesday on sexual battery charges after a student came forward with allegations of inappropriate conduct. Dr. Michael David Gregory, 67, of Jasper, resigned after the university received results in December from an investigation by the Cherokee Sheriff’s Office into the allegations of sexual battery from a former student, the university said in a release Wednesday. Gregory was released later Tuesday on a $1,500 bond, said Lt. Jay Baker with the Cherokee Sheriff’s Office. Marsha White, a Reinhardt spokeswoman, said “policies are in place which support appropriate and healthy interactions between students, faculty and staff.”
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