Anchorage Police Department finishes investigation into Dimond Football team

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Fairbanks, Alaska The Anchorage Police Department has concluded their investigation into the Dimond High School Football program.
They have turned over their findings to the Office of Special Prosecutions and Appeals.
No arrests have been made at this time, and the Special Prosecution and Appeals office will make a decision on any charges.
No findings have been released by APD because the case involves minors.
The team was being investigated for an alleged incident that took place while they were in Fairbanks for a game.
According to a parent of one of their players, freshmen on the team were taken into a room individually where the alleged abuse took place.
The abuse was serious enough to be labeled sexual assault by APD.
The Anchorage School District has already disciplined members of the team and fired three of their coaches.