Two Baylor football players are implicated in a sexual assault report from November, according to a report by KWTX TV, the CBS affiliate in Waco.
According to information in a police report from Nov. 17, which the station obtained via an open records request, the incident occurred late Nov. 11 into early Nov. 12 at the University Parks Apartments near the campus. Members of Baylor's all-female Equestrian team were the alleged victims, according to several sources, KWTX reports.
The Baylor football team lost to Texas Tech in the afternoon of Nov. 11 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.
The Baylor football program was rocked by a sexual assault scandal that eventually led to the firing of head coach Art Briles in May 2016.
KWTX reports that "Baylor’s online crime log says the incident was reported on Nov. 14 as 'Alcohol-Minors Consuming/Sexual Assault,' and was referred to the school’s Judicial Affairs and Title IX offices."
Only campus officers took a report of sexual assault, not Waco police, according to "two heavily redacted police reports," the station says. Four suspects have been interviewed, according to the two reports filed, one a criminal case report and one an incident report.
All four interviewed suspects are Baylor students, including at least two redshirt football players, a source told KWTX. The reports reviewed by the station "indicate the investigation is active, although no arrests have been made and no charges have been filed."
“The criminal case report indicates that pictures and images were taken into evidence, and sources say that video was recorded of the incident and may have been posted on social media,” KWTX reports.
“That video, the sources say, is now in the hands of Title IX investigators at the university.” At least four members of the Baylor faculty or staff members were interviewed as witnesses in the reports.
Baylor has declined to respond to questions from the station, KWTX says.