Penn State Sandusky Child Sex Abuse Grand Jury Investigation - Pennsylvania
Aug 30, 2011. Jerry Sandusky Grand Jury Investigation Child Sex Abuse. More than 1 alleged victim has now been identified in the continuing investigation of Penn State football legend, Children's charity founder, + Adoptive foster parent Jerry Sandusky. 2 sources have told The Patriot-News that investigators are telling witnesses the probe could be wrapping up. Sandusky has been the subject of a grand jury probe into allegations that he indecently assaulted a teenage Clinton County boy. Patriot-News first reported it in March. The 15-year-old alleged that Sandusky had inappropriate sexual contact with him over a 4-year period, starting when he was 10. The Clinton County teen first brought his allegations to authorities in January 2009. Sandusky, who had retired from Penn State in 1999, was a volunteer football coach for the Keystone Central School District when the allegations were made. School officials referred the case to authorities. A grand jury convened shortly after Centre County's district attorney transferred the case to the state attorney general, citing conflict of interest. Sandusky lives in College Twp., Centre County. As part of that probe, state police + the Attorney General's Office looked at a report made to the Penn State police in 1998, in which the same boy, who was 12YO at the time, alleged he + Sandusky were showering in the football building on Penn State's campus when the incident took place. In the spring, the grand jury subpoenaed documents and <b>...</b>
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