An Oregon-based source reported to me Sunday that the case involving a Univ. of Oregon student’s allegation that he had personal items stolen from his fraternity house room on Jan. 24 by Oregon quarterback Jeremiah Masoli has gone to a grand jury.
In a correspondence, my source claimed: “The grand jury has this in front of them. It will be difficult to charge Masoli, though it appears he probably was involved.”
I’ve no more detail than that at this time. With the grand jury allegedly pondering the allegations, perhaps the status of the case will soon be clarified.
The other Oregon football player involved in the alleged theft, Garrett Embry, has since been kicked off the team. My source did not provide information on Embry’s situation.