The Colorado sexting scandal involving hundreds of students in the Cañon City School District has left parents in outrage (outraged that they can’t view their son’s phones), and police say some students could face felony charges. A report from NBC News states that authorities in Colorado have launched an investigation into the sex scandal, which reportedly involved half the football team and caused school officials to forfeit Friday’s game.
“A tip led to a couple more names, an interview led to a couple more. At one point it was, ‘Well, everybody is doing this,’” Cañon City principal Bret Meuli told the local news station. “Of course, we didn’t believe them up front and the more we looked, the more we said, ‘You know, hey, we have to turn this over to the PD. This is deeper than us.’”