Vista Murrieta High football players charged with sex crimes

Two Vista Murrieta High School football players have been charged with sex crimes involving six victims, authorities said Monday.

Both players are 17 and are charged with crimes including forcible rape, lewd acts and dissuading an individual from reporting a crime, according to the Riverside County district attorney’s office.

Vista Murrieta is a top-ranked team and is 2-0 so far this season.


For additional details, see the Varsity Times Insider blog.


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