Arraignment hearing for Principal Jean Coty Ridore set for Nov. 4

Former Principal of North Miami Senior High adult education program, Jean Coty Ridore, has some hard thinking to do as he was arrested Monday and charged with unlawful compensation, grand theft and official misconduct. The Haitian-American former principal is accused for accepting $1,000 to put a fake employee on the payroll of the School system. That particular fake employee turned out to be an undercover Miami police detective.


The State attorney's office in charge of the investigation believes that Ridore was not acting alone but rather was part of a network that was involved in a well organized process to record the paperwork input false information in the school system.

The investigators expect to identify more employees at the school as the investigation continues. An arraignment hearing for Jean Coty Ridore is scheduled for Nov. 4.

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