Carroll left the Jay school district June 30 after being employed there for 16 years — 10 years as a principal and six years as a teacher.
In September, Carroll was arrested on complaints of defrauding a restaurant and resisting and obstructing a police officer after he refused to pay a $94.97 tab at a Bartlesville restaurant.
Carroll refused to pay the bill and told the manager that if he called the police, he would tell the officers that the restaurant was selling beer to minors, according to an affidavit.
He is due in court later this month, said Winston Connor II, Carroll's attorney.
He was acquitted in March of manslaughter and reckless operation of a vessel in connection with a 2012 boating death of a childhood friend at Grand Lake.
Alcohol was involved in both incidents. In the boating accident, a blood alcohol report taken almost three and a half hours after the accident showed Carroll had a blood alcohol level of .09
A Grand River Dam Authority investigation alleged that alcohol use and excessive speed contributed to the July 29, 2012 crash.