Police say they were looking for foresic evidence Thursday night at a home in the 1200 block of Martin Luther King in Cleveland, to see if there was a sexual assault there. They won't tell us what they've found.
Cleveland Police Chief Mark Bradshaw said, "No one is in custody at this time due to the multiple interviews that are occurring."
Investigators believe the alleged assault occurred over the Thanksgiving holiday, off school property. Chief Bradshaw says a student informed a Cleveland ISD principal of the sexual assault allegation just last Friday.
"It is unknown why it took the victim that long to come forward," Chief Bradshaw said.
The suspects police are questioning are all Cleveland high students, both juveniles and adults. Police say they cannot give any more details for fear of jeopardizing the investigation.
Parents like Randy Parker, whose teenaged daughter is a student at Cleveland HS, find the allegations disturbing.
He said, "It makes me very upset, you know, and concerned for all these children. They should be safe and not worry about anything."
Police have made no arrests at this point. Police say the girl has been checked out and physically is OK.