It’s not every day that a university police department receives an early-morning visit from the FBI. Then again, cover-up allegations of a former officer accused of rape and “coffee funds” accrued through collecting and cashing in on scrap materials owned by the university aren’t the typical of a police force. Turi learns the details from Jillian Duchnowski, news editor of the Daily Chronicle in DeKalb.
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