I don't see this on the board, but http://www.talgov.com/tpd/news/4526.aspx.
Aside from the astonishing fact that they produced 300 police reports after an inquiry about 360 FSU athletes' names, the Tallahassee PD highlighted two particular cases, the first of which I preface with Trigger Warning: sexual violence.
So, while compiling the case files in response to a request from ESPN, TPD discovered they'd never tested evidence in the case of an alleged brutal rape involving then-FSU player Demonte McAllister, who I think is @dmtm97 on Twitter, where his tagline reads "Boys do what they wanna do". It may be worth noting that the victim's story changed with respect to where she was when they met. It may also be worth noting that Mcallister presented a series of three completely different stories in quick succession during his interrogation. They've now tested the 3-year-old evidence and reclosed the case without filing charges. You can read the police reports at the link if you want. I warn you that they may be quite upsetting for several different reasons.
In the other case they highlight, current FSU RB Dalvin Cook is somehow involved in an open aggravated assault case.
The 300 police reports include all reports where the athletes were named as victims or witnesses or whatever, so not all of the 300 will turn out to be cases of even alleged criminal activity.
In the spirit of the season, let's keep any political or combative comments to a minimum.
To focus discussion slightly, here are some questions I have:
Should we expect 300 police reports to mean there are 300 distinct cases? Or will some cases have several reports associated with them?
How many of the 300 are cases of alleged criminal activity by FSU players? (Somebody already brought this up below.)
How many current FSU players are alleged to have committed crimes? (We already know about at least one QB, one FB, and one RB.)
What do you think will happen next? How will FSU respond, if at all?
(Sorry for giving you this moderating chore on Christmas, mods. But, um, merry Christmas?)