By WCCO-TV Staff

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — More details about student misconduct that canceled a northern Minnesota high school’s football season are expected to be released soon.

Police in Proctor say they have finished their investigation and are preparing to send a report to the county attorney. Police told CBS 3 Duluth that they plan to release more details Tuesday.

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Officials from Proctor High School and the school district haven’t shared specifics about the misconduct, but multiple students told WCCO football players held down and sexually assaulted a teammate in the locker room.

The St. Louis County Attorney’s Office will decide whether to charge them.