A NY grand jury has subpoenaed Oklahoma State search for records of NCAA rule violations.
In the aftermath of the arrest of former Oklahoma State's men's basketball assistant Lamont Evans as part of a federal bribery investigation, the program must now turn over any and all documents relating to NCAA violations, dating back October 1, 2014, to a NY grand jury.
The subpoena is far-reaching in the types of records being demanded, requesting emails, text messages, cellular phone records, social media messages, computer records and a host of other documents and electronic records covering the time period from January 1, 2014 to the present.More news: Delhi Metro services on Violet line hit by technical snag
- NCAA certification forms - and all communication with respect to them - for Evans and current Cowboys players. Among the items being sought include text messages, social media messages, computer records, the personnel file of Evans, and all documents and communications pertaining to financial aid for all current student athletes on Oklahoma State's men's basketball team. A grand jury subpoena asks Oklahoma State to produce all communications between athletic officials and former sports agent Christian Dawkins, financial adviser Martin Blazer and investment adviser Munish Sood.
The university confirmed that in a statement Thursday in response to an open records request from The Associated Press.
"Failure to attend and produce any items hereby demanded will constitute contempt of court and will subject you to civil sanctions and criminal penalties, in addition to penalties of the law", Joon H. Kim, the acting United States Attorney for the Southern District of NY, stated in the subpoena, according to the report.More news: Oil prices sink after International Energy Agency's outlook
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The FBI's ongoing investigation into corruption and fraud in college basketball took another turn on Tuesday, as multiple defendants appeared in a New York City courtroom and were ultimately released on $100,000 bonds.More news: Richardson Police Looking For Video Of Vehicle In Missing Child Case
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