Thu. 11:11am: BCI moves seized computers
STEUBENVILLE – Computers seized from city schools as part of a grand jury investigation by the Ohio Attorney General’s Office were removed from an evidence room at the City Police station and transported to a BCI office in Youngstown on Wednesday.
City police Chief William McCafferty said the computers were being stored in a locked room at the police station since being seized by BCI agents on April 25 after search warrants were served.
A special grand jury has been investigating all aspects of the Steubenville case involving two convicted high school students charged with raping a 16-year-old Weirton girl in August.
The grand jury has recessed until the last week of May after hearing one week of testimony.