CORAL GABLES (LALATE) – Jerry Sandusky, Tim Curley, and Gary Schultz have arrested in the Penn State scandal 2011. Joe Paterno will not be charged claims news. Jerry Sandusky, Tim Curley, and Gary Schultz (photos below) have been charged in a series of different alleged criminal matters stemming from purported actions by Sandusky (incorrectly listed as “Jerry Saundsky” in some reports Saturday). Jerry Sandusky is Penn State’s former defensive coach. Tim Curley is the current Penn State Athletic Director. Gary Schulz is Penn State’s senior administrator.
First, Jerry Sandusky has been arrested, charged, and arraigned on forty criminal charges concerning alleged relations with children (young boys). On Saturday, Jerry Sandusky was arraigned on all the counts. He was released on bail (unsecured) in the amount of one hundred thousand dollars.
The bail hearing was Saturday before District Judge Lesilie Dutchcot. She reportedly ordered Jerry Sandusky not to have any contact with children between today and his preliminary hearing on November 9.
Prosecutors claim Jerry Sandusky’s alleged actions were during his time at Penn State and were towards alleged victims he allegedly had contact with through his charity named The Second Mile.
Attorney General Linda Kelly and Pennsylvania State Police Commissioner Frank issued a swift news release Saturday because of the extent of the scandal. The defendants listed today include “Gerald Arthur “Jerry” Sandusky, age 67, of 130 Grandview Road, State College, former Defensive Coordinator for the Penn State University football team and founder of The Second Mile, a charitable organization that operates programs for young people.”
Kelly in a news statement today details that “This is a case about a …. predator who used his position within the university and community to repeatedly prey on young boys.” Kelly added “It is also a case about high-ranking university officials who allegedly failed to report the … assault of a young boy after the information was brought to their attention, and later made false statements to a grand jury that was investigating a series of assaults on young boys.
“I hope people will understand that any suspicion of sexual abuse should be reported to the police,” Commissioner Noonan said. “[A]buse is a serious issue and children are often scared to tell anyone about the abuse – many cases are hidden for years – but by informing the police they can stop it.” Mugshot photos have not been released. None of the defendants have yet to comment on the matter. For continuing coverage, click HERE.