Attorney General Reviewing Bill Allen Investigation Reports

Associated Press

Alaska Attorney General Dan Sullivan says his office is reviewing police reports compiled in a child sex abuse investigation involving former VECO chief Bill Allen.

The federal government has said it won’t pursue charges in the case. Allen was the government’s star witness in the corruption trial of the late Senator Ted Stevens. The charges were later thrown out because of prosecutorial misconduct. Allen pleaded guilty to bribing state lawmakers, and is serving three years in a federal prison.

Anchorage police conducted two investigations into whether Allen had sex with an underage girl in the 1990s.

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