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Lubbock police release report about Medina investigation

Medina addressed the claims in a January press conference Medina addressed the claims in a January press conference
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

The investigation continues into claims of sexual assault made against City Attorney Sam Medina.

According to his attorney, the claims were made by Medina's soon to be ex daughter-in-law.

Medina says the allegations are not true, but asked to be placed on leave while authorities check them out.

Lubbock police have now released an incident report about the investigation.

It was filed on Jan. 31, nearly three weeks after Medina held a news conference addressing the case.

It classifies the report as a rape.

In the report, she claims to have been assaulted from February 2009 to December 2012 at a home owned by Medina.

Police tell us they have now turned their investigation over to the district attorney.

The DA's office did not have anything to release at this time.

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