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Ex-chief: Penn St. VP didn't come to police in '02
Ex-chief: Penn St. VP didn't tell police about 2002 molestation accusation against Sandusky
By The Associated Press

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) ' The former chief of the Penn State police department says the administrator in charge of the force didn't tell him about an allegation that Jerry Sandusky molested a boy on campus in 2002.

Thomas Harmon says university vice president Gary Schultz knew of a 1998 allegation that Jerry Sandusky had showered with a boy. But Harmon says Schultz didn't come to him with the 2002 report from Penn State assistant football coach Mike McQueary.

Harmon and McQueary testified Friday in a hearing that will determine whether charges Schultz and another top school official can move toward trial.

Schultz and Tim Curley are accused of lying to a grand jury and failing to properly respond when a McQueary told them he'd witnessed Sandusky with a boy.

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