Note: The Texas incident in question with alleged "Victim #4" was when Penn State visited San Antonio for the 1999 Alamo Bowl. The Nittany Lions played Texas A&M.
HARRISBURG, Pa. -- A new court filing by prosecutors in the Penn State sex abuse case says the alleged victims of Jerry Sandusky ranged in age from 8 to 17, and that eight of the boys were assaulted on campus.
The attorney general's office on Thursday issued a "bill of particulars" that said crimes involving one boy occurred in Florida and Texas.
The document discloses details of the allegations against Sandusky. Prosecutors say assaults happened at Sandusky's home, State College hotels, Penn State athletic facilities and in a car from 1996 to 2009.
The 68-year-old Sandusky is confined to his home while he awaits an expected May trial on 52 criminal counts. He denies the allegations, and his lawyer didn't immediately reply to a message seeking comment Thursday.
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