Steubenville Grand Jury Reconvenes – WTRF 7 News Sports Weather – Wheeling Steubenville
he Grand Jury in the Steubenville rape case reconvened Monday as members probed into whether other laws were broken in the rape of a 16-year-old girl.
One of the issues being addressed is whether adults knew of the rape last August but didn’t report it.
The Grand Jury last met on May 24, then adjourned to give investigators time to gather more evidence.
Sources have just confirmed for wtrf.com Steubenville City Manager Cathy Davison has been asked to resign.
Sources said this decision was made during an executive meeting Thursday night.
Davison has until Monday to make her decision .
But until then everything is being kept confidential.
Are heads starting to roll in Steubenville?
The Grand Jury will begin looking at evidence from the Steubenville rape case on Tuesday.
Last month, Ma’lik Richmond and Trent Mays were found delinquent of raping a 16-year-old at a party back in August. More people could be indicted if the jury finds other laws were broken.
Just days ago, search warrants were executed at school board offices, Steubenville High School, Harding Stadium, and a digital investigations company in Medina County. State investigators gathered evidence for the grand jury to look into.
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