NC State has disciplined five players as a result of the findings of an investigation into a July 21 party at Wolf Village on the school’s campus. Antoine Thompson and Kevince Brown are no longer on the team, while freshmen Erin Collins, Isaiah Moore, and Xavier Lyas have been suspended.
Campus police have been investigating the party after three separate reports of alleged sexual assault were made following that night.
According to the police, Dave Doeren’s actions “are not regarding the allegations of sexual assault.” It does not appear any of them are suspects in the sexual assault investigation, and no charges in that case have been filed.
That may change, but at this point it is important to be clear about that, since there was an irresponsible/badly phrased headline about this situation written by a local media outlet this afternoon.
NC State campus police are holding a press conference at 3 p.m. this afternoon to provide an update on the sexual assault investigation, per Technician.
NC State University Police holding a presser shortly to give an update on sexual assault allegations from July 21. Stmts from DD & D Yow pic.twitter.com/eRmqm5PM9i— FootballScoop Staff (@FootballScoop) August 22, 2017