No one will be charged in the reported Sept. 15 sexual assaults at Benedictine University due to "insufficient evidence," officials said in a brief statement Tuesday.
Lisle police investigated reports that two females were sexually assaulted in a Benedictine dorm. The DuPage County State's Attorney's Office did a thorough review of the police reports, and decided there was not enough evidence to pursue criminal charges, according to the statement.
"After conducting interviews with all of the people involved in the incidents and reviewing the facts of the cases, the Lisle Police Department has concluded that there was no ongoing threat to public safety," the end of the statement read.
Only a few facts of the case were made public on Monday, including that all but one female involved in the incidents are Benedictine University students.
The incidents were first reported to the Benedictine University and Lisle Police departments on Sept. 15.
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