Kara Berg, Lansing State Journal Published 9:16 p.m. ET March 30, 2020 | Updated 9:17 p.m. ET March 30, 2020CLOSE SportsPulse: David Krichavsky, Senior VP of Youth Basketball Development for the NBA, explains a recent initiative aimed at keeping kids active and fit despite being home during the coronavirus outbreak. USA TODAYLANSING — The Michigan Attorney General’s office has asked to review the criminal investigation into a sexual assault complaint against a Michigan State University basketball player, according to a university official.  Michigan State University Police Department Capt. Doug Monette confirmed the investigation involved a basketball player and said his office provided the file to the AG. The Detroit Free Press typically does not identify persons accused of crimes until charges are filed.AG spokesperson Kelly Rossman-McKinney said an assistant Attorney General received an inquiry about looking into the case, but has made no decisions or recommendations. She said because of COVID-19, it’ll likely be a few weeks before the legal team can review the case. The Ingham County Prosecutor’s Office declined to file charges against the player because the case did not meet the burden of proof needed to try it in front of a jury, Prosecutor Carol Siemon said in an emailed statement to the Lansing State


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