Prosecutors want Jerry Sandusky kept indoors


HARRISBURG, Pa. — Prosecutors asked Tuesday to have Jerry Sandusky kept indoors as part of his bail conditions, citing complaints that the former Penn State football assistant was seen outside and watching children in a schoolyard from the back porch of his home, where he remains under house arrest while awaiting trial on child molestation charges.


The state attorney general’s office argued in a court filing that Sandusky’s bail conditions should be revised so that he is not allowed outside except to seek medical treatment.

Prosecutors said they opposed Sandusky’s request to be allowed contact with his grandchildren as he awaits trial on 52 child sex-abuse charges.

WASHINGTON STATE: Start­ing linebacker C.J. Mizell was kicked off the team after he was arrested this weekend in connection with a fight at a fraternity house.

MICHIGAN STATE: Trenton Robinson says a Bay City police officer cursed at him and used unnecessary force during a December traffic stop.

The Bay City Times reports Tuesday that Robinson says the officer stopped him Dec. 22 for suspicion of having needles in his vehicle.

Robinson says he later posted on Facebook that police stop him like he’s “selling dope.” After the post, he says the officer walked in a restaurant and gave him a $120 failing to signal ticket.

ALABAMA: A misdemeanor drug charge against former Crimson Tide cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick has been dropped, court records show.

STANFORD: Star linebacker Shayne Skov was arrested and jailed last weekend for driving under the influence.

A Stanford University Department of Public Safety spokesman said Skov was arrested for driving under the influence Sunday at about 2 a.m.

Skov was pulled over in the parking lot of his dormitory after his vehicle swerved several times.