OSU sex assault investigation may have been hurt by delays
BY SILAS ALLEN NewsOK.com
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
12/11/12 at 5:36 AM
STILLWATER - As an investigation into alleged sexual assaults at Oklahoma State University widens, a Stillwater police captain indicated Monday that the failure of those involved to call the police could have hindered the inquiry.
But OSU officials say the university wasn't allowed to notify police of the incidents because of federal student privacy laws.
Stillwater police are investigating a string of alleged sexual assaults involving the FarmHouse fraternity at OSU.
University spokesman Gary Shutt said OSU officials became aware of the allegations Nov. 12 but didn't contact the police.
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Original Print Headline: OSU sex assault investigation possibly hurt by delay