A man accused of ripping off a $250,000 dollars from Seattle Public Schools was arrest Saturday.
A warrant was issued for Silas Potter Jr.’s arrest after he didn’t show up for a court appearance last month.
Until 2010, Potter was the head of the district’s small-business program. He was supposed to help minorities and women bid on public contracts.
Prosecutors said Potter set up a scheme to collect a $250,000 dollars in kickbacks and payoffs.
Potter was charged with 42 counts.
This is the second time Potter has skipped a court appearance. In November, he was caught and brought back from Florida after he failed to show up for an earlier arraignment.