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Ex-Penn State president Graham Spanier turned himself in to begin serving jail time in the Jerry Sandusky scandal

Summary List PlacementFormer Penn State president Graham Spanier has reported to jail to start his sentence in a child engagement case linked to the Jerry Sandusky scandal. An online inmate locator shows that Spanier has started his sentence at the Centre County Correctional Facility in Centre County, Pennsylvania. It's unclear when he reported to jail, but a judge last month ordered him to begin serving his sentence by July 9, Penn Live reported. At the time, the judge said Spanier would spend at least two months behind bars for his misdemeanor conviction of endangering the welfare of children. Spanier was charged over his...

Former Penn State president Graham Spanier, accused of covering up Jerry Sandusky abuse allegations, leaves his preliminary hearing in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Tuesday, July 30, 2013.

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Former Penn State president Graham Spanier has reported to jail to start his sentence in a child engagement case linked to the Jerry Sandusky scandal.

An online inmate locator shows that Spanier has started his sentence at the Centre County Correctional Facility in Centre County, Pennsylvania.

It’s unclear when he reported to jail, but a judge last month ordered him to begin serving his sentence by July 9, Penn Live reported.

At the time, the judge said Spanier would spend at least two months behind bars for his misdemeanor conviction of endangering the welfare of children.

Spanier was charged over his response to a 2001 report that Sandusky, a former Penn State assistant football coach, had been seen showering alone with a boy in a team locker room.

At the time, Spanier had called the incident horseplay and opted not to notify police, NBC Philadelphia reported.

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