BIXBY, Okla. - New documents filed in the Bixby sexual assault investigation suggest a student sent video of the incident to others.
FOX23 took a look at the 20-page document filed in Rogers County on Tuesday afternoon.
Inside, investigators show their first ideas of possible charges. They believe there may be records and data to support a first-degree rape charge. No charges have been filed at this time.
As they pore over the cell phones, photos and web history collected in an earlier search warrant, investigators say a teen shared video of the assault to others. It possibly spread to other students and was shared over social media.
In the new documents, a parent is accused of trying to buy the cell phone used to record the incident.
Investigators say they are far from finished.
Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigators and Bixby Police have interviewed four school officials and collected 44 days worth of electronic communications.
Investigators say the school system sent the emails in a convoluted way, making them time-consuming to look through.
Investigators say the officials have varying accounts of when they became aware of the incident.
Responding to the Bixby School Board's accusations of inaccurate information, the investigators say they stand by the information released.
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