Friday, May 19, 2006

Cole Corey gets 2-10 years for role in rape

Former Tecumseh star athlete Cole Corey was sentenced to two to 10 years in jail Thursday for his role in a sexual assault that took place at the home of his old track coach, Matthew Peterson.
Corey, a current Michigan State University football player, was a member of the track and football teams at Tecumseh High in April 2002, when authorities said he and a classmate, Anthony Sandoval, assaulted a 17-year-old girl, The Detroit News reported this morning.
Corey, with the help of his teammate, gave the girl tequila and the drug Ecstasy before assaulting her incapacitated body for hours, police said.
Lenawee County Judge Harvey Koselka exceeded the punishment guidelines when punishing Corey for his crimes.
While Peterson hosted the parties for years to lure in his athletes and help them get drunk and laid, Corey was reportedly the coach's favorite.
Peterson called Corey is "lieutenant" in the sex club known as the Face Men. Peterson was sent to jail last week for his lead role in scandal, which included supplying his home, porno, keg beer, full bar of liquor and a hot tub to help facilitate the sexual assaults Corey, Sandoval, Jack DaSilva and others allegedly participated in.
MSU kicked Corey off the team Thursday after Lenawee County deputies hauled him off to jail.
The sentencing came on the same day The Detroit Free Press published an eye-opening investigation into the sex scandal that has rocked Tecumseh High School for years.


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