School Athletics Director Pleads Not Guilty in Drug Case

HONOLULU (KHNL) - A private school athletics director, accused of drug offenses, goes before an Oahu judge today Thursday.

31-year-old Brad Kitsu pleaded not guilty to promoting a detrimental drug.

His co-defendant, 32-year-old Wayne Morris Roe, also pleaded not guilty.

Kitsu is the Athletics Director and an English teacher at Academy of the Pacific.

Investigators say, he and Roe accepted a parcel containing a pound-and-a-half of marijuana at their Kukui Plaza apartment last month.

Their trial is set for August.