San Antonio police say no conclusion made regarding Case McCoy, Jordan Hicks

Christian Corona

One day after Case McCoy and Jordan Hicks were reinstated to the Texas football team, an investigation into sexual assault allegations made against them Dec. 28 is not yet closed, according to a statement released by the San Antonio Police Department on Monday night.

“We have been consulting with the Bexar County District Attorney’s office but no case has been filed nor has a conclusion been made,” the statement read.

McCoy and Hicks, both juniors, were suspended and sent home for an undisclosed violation of team rules Dec. 28, the day before Texas beat Oregon State, 31-27, in the Valero Alamo Bowl. They were reinstated to the team following a team meeting Sunday night, according to a statement released by head coach Mack Brown, who said their punishment would be handled in-house.

“Jordan Hicks and Case McCoy have rejoined the team,” Brown said in the statement. “Obviously when you break team rules there’s a certain amount of trust that has been broken, and that will be addressed with further discipline. That discipline will be handled within the team.”

The statement released by SAPD on Monday comes on the heels of Hicks’ attorney, Perry Minton, saying that “the investigation is closed” and that no charges would be brought against either Hicks or McCoy in a statement released Wednesday.