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Alec Baney's case will remain in juvenile court, but he will receive a stayed adult sentence under the terms of an agreement reached Tuesday.
Harvey "Ace" Dilly, 79, was last seen April 4 at his apartment.
A judge placed Alec Baney on pretrial supervision and ordered evaluations to determine if he should be tried as an adult.
Alec John Baney, 17, was charged with third-degree criminal sexual conduct against a juvenile victim on Sept. 7, 2021, following a varsity football practice at Proctor High School, St. Louis County Attorney Kim Maki said in a news release.

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Former coach Derek Parendo claimed no knowledge of the most recent allegations of serious misconduct by Proctor football players.
Assistant County Attorney Ben Stromberg said the length of time it takes to make a decision on charges can vary from a few hours to several months, depending on the circumstances of the case.
The police department plans to send its reports on what authorities have referred to as "student misconduct" early this week.
Derek Parendo is currently on a paid “personal leave of absence,” Superintendent John Engelking said, until the end of the 2021-22 school year when his resignation will take effect. Football activities for Proctor players in grades 9-12 were canceled in September after it was revealed the Proctor Police Department was investigating the team for alleged misconduct by players.
Derek Parendo is currently on a paid “personal leave of absence,” Superintendent John Engelking said, until the end of the 2021-22 school year when his resignation will take effect. Football activities for Proctor players in grades 9-12 were canceled in September after it was revealed the Proctor Police Department was investigating the team for alleged misconduct by players.
Despite allegations of misconduct regarding the Proctor football team, the students have embraced the school’s other teams during the past few weeks and are looking forward to Friday’s girls soccer game against Hermantown.

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When allegations of student misconduct involving the school's football team surfaced last week, the typically chatty town of 3,000 locked down, many residents afraid to speak publicly about their fears and worries. School employees and students were told to stay silent, the school board banished public comment about the situation at a meeting this week and district officials and local police remain mum about even the most basic investigative details, all amid the cancellation of the entire football season.
The longtime educator and basketball coach allegedly exchanged emails and gave rides to the victim, steadily escalating the sexual abuse before trying to coerce the girl into remaining silent.
Increased shipping prices and delays in cargo arrivals because of the COVID-19 pandemic have affected supply chains, businesses and consumers across the world. Local game businesses have struggled to keep their inventories stocked this year without breaking the bank.

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