Report resulted in one indictment
DENVER -- A judge has rejected requests to unseal the grand jury investigation of the sex-and-booze scandal surrounding the University of Colorado football program, saying he could only release the report had no indictment been returned.
The sprawling investigation of the scandal resulted in a single indictment against a former football recruiting aide, Nathan Maxcey.
He is charged with misdemeanor solicitation and two felonies -- embezzlement of public property and theft, both related ...
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