Prosper police believe alleged sexual assualts were recorded

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by STEVE STOLER

WFAA

Posted on May 18, 2012 at 5:52 PM

Updated Friday, May 18 at 7:16 PM

PROSPER - Prosper police believe two 17-year-old Prosper High School students used cell phones to record the alleged sexual assaults of underage girls.

That accusation came from search warrants released late Friday.

According to the court documents, witnesses told police Darius McClinton-Hunter, the son of Los Angeles Angels outfielder Torii Hunter, and Garrick White then shared and showed those videos to other people.

Police removed four cell phones, four computers, a memory card and A thumb drive from McClinton-Hunter's house in McKinney.

Yesterday Todd Shapiro, McClinton-Hunter's attorney, proclaimed his client's innocence and said they had a 10-minute recorded phone conversation between an accuser and a family friend that proved it. Shapiro said he is ready to turn it over to the Prosper Police Department or the District Attorney’s office.

The district attorney's office replied that they would be happy to look at new information or evidence from the defense attorney, while the Prosper police released a statement that said the investigation is on going.

E-mail sstoler@wfaa.com

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