Sacto 9-1-1
May 23, 2012
Former Creative Frontiers principal pleads not guilty to child molestation

A former private school principal who has been charged with six felony counts of child molestation pleaded not guilty today.

Robert Benson Adams, 61, who used to run the Creative Frontiers school in Citrus Heights, entered his plea on his eighth court appearance since his arrest last September.

Sacramento Superior Court Judge John P. Winn scheduled Adams' preliminary hearing for Aug. 17.

Adams is accused in the felony counts of molesting girls at the school who were under the age of 14. He faces a seventh, misdemeanor count of annoying or molesting a child under the age of 18.

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