SPANISH FORT, Ala. (WPMI) -- A former Spanish Fort High School football player accused of raping an unconscious 16-year-old girl at a party has been granted youthful offender status. District Attorney Bob Wilters said the case was settled in private and the details are confidential. "It was a case that has been resolved to the satisfaction of all parties involved," he told WPMI's sister station ABC News. "We're not going to be commenting further on the matter."
Harrison's lawyer, John Beck, says he was pleased with the decision. He says his client has been exemplary since his arrest in November and has been making good grades through online classes, and that he's passed every alcohol and drug test he's been required to take. The conditions of Harrison's initial bond prohibited him from being at locations where alcohol or drugs are available, and he had to be accompanied by his parents whenever his curfew (from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.) expired.
During his spring break, Harrison and his family were at Perdido Pass beach in Orange Beach just before the alleged victim and her friends showed up. They were "20 yards" away, according to one of her friends who witnessed the meeting.
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