Clyde-Savannah students in sex abuse case to be tried in Youth Part Court
ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Three Clyde-Savannah High School students accused of sexually assaulting a 14-year-old student will be tried in Youth Part Court. That means the public will have access to details of the case.
The three will be back in court January 17.
Four teens from the school’s football team — ranging in ages 15 to 17 — are accused of sexually assaulting the teen in October in a school locker room.
A Wayne County judge ruled Thursday on whether the three would be tried in Youth Part Court or in Family Court. If the case was to tried in Family Court, all details would be private, and the defendants’ records would be sealed.
The fourth student’s case already has been moved to Family Court.
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