According to a Thursday court filing by prosecutors, former Penn St. Nittany Lions assistant Jerry Sandusky had alleged sexual abuse victims that ranged from age eight to 17, and that instances involving eight boys occurred on the Penn State campus (via SI.com).
Via the attorney general's "bill of particulars," one boy was abused in Florida and Texas, while another was abused at his own school. The alleged assaults happened between 1996 to 2009 and ranged from Sandusky's home to the Penn State athletics facilities.
The document, which was produced thanks to a request by Sandusky's lawyer, discloses details of the allegations that might help them prepare a defense.
The 68-year-old Sandusky is confined to his home while he awaits trial on 52 criminal counts, all of which he denies guilt.
On Wednesday, a judge turned down Sandusky's request for a two-month delay and tentatively scheduled trial to begin with jury selection on May 14.