Former Penn State President Graham Spanier is set to be arraigned today.
Spanier is facing a charge of perjury, two counts of endangering the welfare of children, three counts of conspiracy, obstruction and failure to report suspected child abuse in connection with the Jerry Sandusky child sexual abuse scandal.
Spanier is to be arraigned at 9:30 this morning in Harrisburg.
Additional charges were also filed last week against former Penn State Athletics Director Tim Curley and former Penn State Senior Vice President Gary Shultz.
An investigation led by ex-FBI Director Louis Freeh concluded that Spanier failed in his duties as president by not informing the board of trustees about the allegations against Sandusky.
Spanier has told investigators he wasn't notified of any criminal behavior by Sandusky during his 16 years as president.
Oak Dining Room Table,
in great condition, includes six high back
dining room chairs with blue cushions,
- asking $350 or best offer
Josephine, Altoona 946-3481
used but very good condition,
62" H x 72" W, 6 units, 2...