Spanier OK to travel
HARRISBURG (AP) — A judge is loosening travel restrictions for the former Penn State president accused of a criminal cover-up of complaints about Jerry Sandusky.
Dauphin County Judge Todd Hoover on Thursday eliminated a bail restriction that required advance notice to the court of travel within the United States.
He’s also allowing Graham Spanier to travel to other countries under certain conditions. He will have to apply for permission at least 20 days ahead of time, laying out his itinerary and the country’s extradition policy regarding the United States.
His passport is being kept at the office of the state attorney general in State College until he gets the required permission.
Spanier and his attorneys aren’t commenting on the new order.