ISU Police Complete Investigation Into Alleged Flanagan Incident

Published 03/21 2014 02:45PM

Updated 03/21 2014 05:59PM

NORMAL - Illinois State University police has completed its investigation into an alleged December incident, involving President Timothy Flanagan.

The investigation took about three weeks to compete, and included interviews with multiple witnesses.

Now, the state's attorney's office will evaluate whether they will take the case because Chambers' wife is an employee at the university.

University officials will be meeting Saturday about personnel matters at ISU. Flanagan will not be in attendance.

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