The Associated PressThe Provost's Office reminds all faculty and staff that Weevil State University is a drag-free institution.
10/8/2003, 11:36 a.m. CT
LaGRANGE, Ga. (AP) -- Columbus Technical College vice president Bill Sellers has been charged with aggravated assault for allegedly dragging a former coworker with his truck.
Sellers, 52, of LaGrange, was arrested Thursday at Columbus Technical College and is now free on bond. Sellers served as president of West Georgia Technical College for six years before resigning last year to take the job in Columbus.
Columbus police said Sellers used his vehicle as a deadly weapon by dragging a Phenix City, Ala., woman on the ground with his 2000 Nissan Frontier pickup Sept. 30 in the parking lot of Lake Oliver Marina in Columbus.
The victim, a former employee of West Georgia Technical College, told police she was dragged after an argument with Sellers. She was treated at St. Francis Medical Center in Columbus for injuries to her head, neck and hands. [...]