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Topic - Michael Dvorak
A northern Indiana prosecutor has asked for a grand jury to review a fatal crash last year involving a state trooper.
An Indiana prosecutor says his office won't pursue criminal charges in the case of a St. Mary's College student who reportedly accused a Notre Dame football player of sexual battery.
An Indiana prosecutor said Thursday his office won't pursue criminal charges in the case of a St. Mary's College student who reportedly accused a Notre Dame football player of sexual battery.
He said he does not believe whether law enforcement publicly calls the entities groups or gangs will affect prosecution, as Indiana law is clear when it defines a gang as three or more people committing felonies to further the interest of the gang.
"We have alleged that five of the eight people involved did this as part of a gang," St. Joseph County Prosecutor Michael Dvorak said.