If the D.A. was working on the case back in the 90’s and ended up missing in action, don’t you think that the police were somehow and sometime during that period called in to investigate the case? Wouldn’t they be brought into working the case at the same time the D.A. was actively involveda? Don’t you think the Board of Trustees for Penn State when this D.A. was working on the case, would be notified that there is a potential child molester working in the Atlectic Dept? Also wouldn’t you think that at that time Sandusky’s name would be on the police’s radar. Why wasn’t he being carefully watched at that time?
See post 11
Gricar, the DA who elected not to prosecute Sandusky in 1998 didn't disappear until April 15, 2005. It was two weeks after he'd announced that an investigation had cracked a major drug ring. And he may have committed suicide by drowning, as he car was found at a riverside. His brother previously committed suicide by drowning.
Gricar allegedly dislike Penn State and Penn State football and held a grudge. He may have had good reason not prosecute Sandusky, as Victim #6 was never sexually abused by Sandusky, only hugged, which is wrong but not necessarily illegal - and we don't know what else Gricar was able to find out about Sandusky. He may have felt people were holding out on the investigators. And he may have felt that Sandusky's position and Penn State's power kept people from talking.
But Gricar didn't disappear until almost exactly seven years after the phone calls that triggered the Victim #6 investigation, and most than six years after Gricar decided not to prosecute.