Two football teams were having their summer camps at John Carroll University and staying in the same campus hall when the superintendent of the Madison School District called the John Carroll University Police Department to report a possible hazing incident involving their football team. While JCUPD investigated, officials said they saw a hazing incident on surveillance cameras on the floor where the Lake Catholic team was staying.
The incident, according to statements gathered in the police report, involved two underclassmen who were forced to perform what’s called by one source close to the investigation as an “atomic sit-up.” It's when someone does a sit-up blind folded into the naked buttocks of a player who is squatting. There were two victims and five suspects, and other players in the room, according to reports.
On Feb. 12, 2016, Moore used her county-issued identification card to enter the Justice Center and placed campaign flyers advertising a fundraiser in the mailboxes on the 11th floor of the Common Pleas Court's offices. Moore ignored signs on the mailboxes that read, "If you are not a court employee, please see Kathleen or Kelly to deliver mail to these boxes."
Moore's time sheet for that day indicates she was not off the clock when she distributed her campaign literature
"Ms. Moore's election-related activity of placing her fundraising flyer into the county mailboxes ... is a violation of [Griffin's] Ethics Opinion issued on 12/11/15," the investigative report states.
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