He's accused of stealing thousands of dollars in charter school money from taxpayers, and 10TV reported on Tuesday that he's also charged with breaking into a Columbus family's home.
Andre Rasheen Tucker was already charged with felony theft, accused of stealing thousands of dollars intended for education when a Columbus mother says she found him in her home.
On Wednesday, Tucker appeared in court on that burglary charge from January 19th.
Last year, he was charged with theft, accused of pocketing checks totaling some $7,500.
The money was to go to two charter schools he opened - the Talented Tenth Academies that were housed in the King Arts Complex in East Columbus.
The state closed both schools two months after they opened in the fall of 2013.
(Read more at 10TV)