Wednesday, February 9, 2011
AOL News reports that Gov. John Kasich's office "has received 165,000 petition signatures asking him to pardon a 40-year-old, single, African-American Kelley Williams-Bolar, who has already spent 10 days in jail for fraudulently enrolling her children in a more desirable school district." Her conviction could also "disqualify her from becoming a school teacher." Williams-Bolar says she registered her daughters for a school using her father's address because she "feared for their safety at their home in Akron if they were home alone after school." See story here.