On Nov. 15, two Baltimore County police detectives sat down at a Chick-fil-A to interview the first of three University of Maryland, Baltimore County baseball players accused of rape, according to investigative notes obtained by The Baltimore Sun.
The first interview began at 8:35 a.m. and lasted 22 minutes. The second lasted 15 minutes. All three interviews would be over in about an hour.
The interviews, conducted by Detectives Kristin Burrows and Nicholas Tomas, took place 26 days after a Towson University student told police the men had sexually assaulted her, according to the detectives’ notes.
According to one women’s legal advocate, such a delay is uncommon and the...