WORCESTER — After consulting with the Worcester District Lawyer’s workplace, the police division has closed its investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct at Abby Kelley Foster Charter Public School.
The investigation ended with no prison charges filed, Lt. Sean Murtha confirmed Monday.
Abby Kelley is constant its inside investigation, Government Director Heidi Paluk mentioned.
“To protect the integrity of the investigative course of and the privateness and confidentiality of these impacted, we now have nothing additional to share presently,” Paluk mentioned in an electronic mail Monday.
Final week, Paluk, said multiple members of the cheerleading coaching staff had been placed on administrative leave pending an investigation into allegations of misconduct.
Paluk additionally mentioned final week that the varsity employed outdoors counsel to conduct the investigation and that additional motion could also be thought-about as soon as it’s full.
The college additionally canceled the remainder of the cheer season “till additional discover.”
The Workplace of District Lawyer Joseph D. Early Jr. declined touch upon the investigation.
“It’s our apply to reveal info if and when prison charges are filed,” a spokewoman mentioned Monday.
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