RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) – Wake County District Attorney Lorrin Freeman has confirmed no charges will be pressed against N.C. State freshman football players Antoine Thompson, Kevince Brown, Erin Collins, Xavier Lyas and Isaiah Moore.
Isaiah Moore, a 2016 graduate of L.C. Bird High School in Chesterfield County, was one of three freshmen who were suspended from the team. Two others were dismissed from the team.
The investigation centered around three sexual assault allegations stemming from a July 21 on-campus party in a student’s room at Wolf Village, police said.
“Our office has undertaken a detailed review of the information provided from the investigation conducted by North Carolina State University police. The evidence does not support moving forward with a criminal prosecution,” Freeman said. “The District Attorney’s office reviewed the statements of those involved and statement of other witnesses, university security video footage, messages between the parties involved, and consulted with toxicology experts in reaching their decision.”
Freeman said she met with the women involved in the case and their families Friday.
Three women made allegations of sexual assault at the party.