Originally published on Jan. 14, 2022By WCCO-TV Staff

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) —  A Proctor High School student has been charged for an alleged sexual assault of a football teammate last fall.

According to the St. Louis County Attorney’s Office, a 17-year-old Proctor football player was charged Friday in juvenile court with third-degree criminal sexual conduct.

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Prosecutors have asked that the case be moved into criminal court.

According to the petition, the teenager, with the help of others, held the victim down and removed his pants outside of the Proctor football locker room. The teenager penetrated the victim with the handle of a toilet plunger.

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Last September, the Proctor Police Department received a report of a sexual assault at the high school and began an investigation.

Following the investigation, the coach, Derek Parendo, resigned after 13 years.

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No additional charges are being filed, but the investigation remains open, the attorney’s office said.