99 pages of 'slush fund' complaints against former East Ridge principal

After filing a data practices request and months of waiting, Fox 9 News has obtained the 99 pages of complaints against former East Ridge High School principal Aaron Harper. Harper allegedly misused school district funds, maintaining a "slush fund" of cash from student daily parking fees to make purchases without documentation.

The complaints

Page 1 of the document stack lists the alleged monetary infractions, followed by page-after-page of evidence to support the complaints:

Aaron Harper abruptly resigned in November, citing "personal and professional choices." At that time, district officials released a short statement saying Harper "was not disciplined, the district did not pay him to resign, and he has acknowledged the district treated him fairly in all respects."