A Southern California college program director has been charged with using a bogus bank account to steal $500,000 from students. Prosecutors said the 56-year-old suspect is being held on $3 million bail after he pleaded not guilty days ago to two forgery counts and two identity theft counts, all of them felonies. The Inland Valley Daily Bulletin said the suspect is the director of the Walnut Mt. San Antonio College fire technology program. A Los Angeles County sheriff detective said the suspect overcharged students for classes and deposited the money in a fraudulent bank account using Mt. San Antonio College tax identification number.