San Bernardino Sheriff Rod Hoops said Stephen Kinzey, a 43-year-old professor of kinesiology at California State University, San Bernardino -- who also allegedly led a chapter of the Devils Diciples motorcycle gang -- was being sought as a fugitive, the Los Angeles Times reported.
Nine others involved in the alleged drug ring have been arrested since Friday, Hoops said.
"It's alarming to me -- I have kids in college -- to have an associate professor who is a member of Devils Diciples dealing methamphetamine," Hoops said.
A drug task force recovered a pound of methamphetamine, rifles, handguns and biker paraphernalia in a raid of Kinzey's home Aug. 26, Hoops said.
Authorities were trying to determine whether Kinzey had been dealing drugs on campus, the Times said.
Kinzey's girlfriend, Holly Robinson, 33, who lives with him, was taken into custody and charged with possession and sale of methamphetamine and firearms violations.
Robinson, a 2005 CSUSB graduate, was Kinzey's business partner and helped distribute methamphetamine to mid-level dealers in San Bernardino, Highland, Redlands and the community of Mentone, Detective Jason Rosenbaum said.
Kinzey has taught at CSUSB for 10 years
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