Police: OSBI investigating sexual assault allegations at Oklahoma school district

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WASHINGTON, Okla. - The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation has been called to an Oklahoma school district to investigate allegations of sexual assault, according to the Washington Police Department.

“We were requested by Washington police Department," said Jordan Solorzano with the OSBI. "The allegation is a juvenile on another juvenile. One victim at this point, one confirmed victim, and we are possibly speaking about multiple incidents.”

OSBI also says they were contacted two weeks ago to come assist with the investigation.

However, it's still unclear when the alleged assaults took place.

Earlier, AJ Brewer, the superintendent of the Washington Public School District, says he can’t say what’s behind the investigation, but police were called and then OSBI investigators took over.

Brewer says due to confidentiality reasons, he couldn’t say how many students or faculty are involved. He also couldn’t provide any details about arrests or disciplinary actions, but wanted to remind the public that the students aren’t in any danger.

News 4 also reached out to the OSBI for comment but hasn’t received a response.

However, the Washington Police Department told News 4 that they are investigating sexual assault allegations involving two teenagers.

There are about 1,000 students in the district and 60 faculty members.

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