Defense attorney Linda Parisi continues to wait for evidence to be turned over by Citrus Heights Police, regarding her client Robert Adams, the former Creative Frontiers private school principal who was arrested on September 7, 2011 and charged with six felony counts and one misdemeanor count of child molestation. Adams has appeared in court four times since his arrest in September, and each time his attorney has been forced to ask for a continuance, pending complete discovery from the prosecution. To date, no children have confirmed any of the adult allegations of molestation that originally closed Adams’s school in July 2011. Adams’s case is scheduled to be heard again on April 5th.

For more, see The Trial of Creative Frontiers Principal Robert Adams