Officials Say They Wanted To Investigate Themselves
MUNCIE, Ind. — School officials said they didn’t call police after a Muncie Central High School student reported she was raped because they wanted to investigate her story themselves.The 16-year-old girl told staff members she was raped inside a bathroom at the school just after noon Tuesday, 6News’ Joanna Massee reported.School officials said they called the girl’s guardian but opted not to contact police, even though there was an officer in the building at the time. After reporting the rape, the girl said she was told the write a report about the incident and was kept in the principal’s office for two hours.Police didn’t become involved until about four hours later when a worker from a troubled children’s center took the girl to a hospital to be examined.
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