Former Penn State administrators Tim Curley and Gary Schultz were arraigned in front of Magisterial District Judge William Wenner in Harrisburg Friday morning.
Both the former athletic director and the former vice president for finance and business were present for their arraignment.
The two were charged with endangering the welfare of children, obstruction of justice and the conspiracy to commit the crimes they are being charged with Thursday — in addition to charges of perjury and failure to report filed in November 2011.
Wenner set the bail for both administrators at $50,000 each, unsecured. Bail was set at $75,000 when Curley and Schultz was originally charged in November 2011.
Caroline Roberto, Curley’s attorney, said after the arraignment that the she was “flabbergasted” when she learned that former Penn State General Counsel Cynthia Baldwin testified against her client after representing them in the initial grand jury investigation.
Baldwin served as legal counsel to the university during the first grand jury probe.
Roberto also cited the filings she made for her client yesterday, which asked for charges to be thrown out against Curley partially based on Baldwin’s testimony.
Read Monday's edition of The Daily Collegian for more details.