Former Medina school principal found guilty in federal fraud case

JACKSON, Tenn. — A former Medina school principal was found guilty Tuesday in a federal fraud case.

Calvin Bailey, along with his wife, Sandra, and son, Bryan, were convicted of fraud charges. The trial in U.S. District Court lasted nearly two weeks.

Former Medina Elementary School principal Calvin bailey was convicted of one count of conspiracy to defraud the United States.

Bryan Bailey was found guilty of conspiracy and wire fraud. His mother, Sandra Bailey, was found guilty of 18 charges including health care fraud and conspiracy.

Court documents show the Baileys, as well as another woman, were indicted in February 2015.

Bailey left the school system shortly before the indictments were announced.

Their sentencing hearings are scheduled for June. A bond hearing for Sandra Bailey is scheduled for Thursday morning.

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