Eight alleged victims of former Penn St. Nittany Lions defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky were listed, detail by detail, in the grand jury's report revealing the 40 counts of child sex abuse charges. Monday, Pennsylvania law enforcement called for those with more information to come forward -- attorney general Linda Kelly hoped for more information, but hoped that there were no more victims.
According to one report, there are. The Associated Press reports a man now in his 20s has raised new allegations that he allegedly hadn't told anyone until now:
The man, now an adult, contacted the department on Sunday after seeing media accounts of Sandusky's arrest, Lt. David Young at the Montoursville station said. Investigators took a statement from him and forwarded it to the Rockview station for officers there to pursue, Young said.
The anonymous young man reported Sandusky came into contact with him via the Second Mile charity.