SANTA ANA, Calif. (KABC) -- The Santa Ana Police Department is investigating allegations of assault and hazing within the Mater Dei High School boys' water polo program.
The school has been the subject of multiple investigations into alleged hazing involving Mater Dei athletes over the last six months.
Police say they've conducted multiple interviews and anticipate submitting the case to the Orange County District Attorney.
This comes just months after school president Walter Jenkins was re-assigned to the Holy Cross order in South Bend, Ind., where he would "take on a new assignment,'' according to the Orange County Register.
Mater Dei says it was made aware of an alleged incident after a boys' water polo team practice and notified police, and that its top priority remains the well being and safety of its students.
According to the Orange County Register, Mater Dei principal Frances Clare is aware of the investigation and at least two players have left the water polo program amid the alleged hazing.
The investigation comes amid separate sexual assault and rape allegations stemming from the 1980s.