Several other investigations of sexual abuse of minors could not be fully vetted, but the order determined that there was a “reasonable possibility” that the alleged offense occurred. The Jesuits wrote in the release that the cases couldn’t be fully investigated because the allegation was brought forward after the death of the accused or there was incomplete information on the allegation. Those cases include allegations against several deceased priests, according to the list: John F.X. Bellwoar, assigned to what’s now Loyola University Maryland from 1940 to 1941; Robert B. Cullen, assigned to Loyola Blakefield on and off from 1952 to 2002; Arthur J. Long, assigned to multiple local institutions between 1957 and 1989; and William Wehrle, assigned to various regional institutions between 1952 and 1986.