HARRISBURG - The U.S. Postal Inspection Service is investigating Jerry Sandusky's children's charity, the Second Mile.
Harrisburg lawyer Claudia Williams, a former member of a Second Mile advisory committee, said Friday that she was interviewed by an official from the agency. She said he told her the probe was focused on whether the charity solicited donations by mail.
The Associated Press left messages with the Postal Inspection Service. The Harrisburg Patriot-News was the first to report the investigation.
Multiple investigations are in progress after allegations that Sandusky, 68, engaged in sexual misconduct involving 10 boys over 15 years. Prosecutors say the former longtime Penn State football defensive coordinator found his victims through the charity he founded. Sandusky denies the allegations. - AP