In the fourth day of the Jerry Sandusky trial, three victims testified about the alleged sex abuse my the former Penn State football coach. The trial judge told jurors that he expected the prosecution to conclude its case Thursday afternoon, but it didn't happen.
Trial will resume on Monday.
In Session Correspondent, Jean Casarez and Defense Attorney Paul Callan comes OutFront.
Sandusky trial in recess until Monday after 3 accusers testify
A recent high school graduate testified Thursday that former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky sodomized him and forced him to engage in oral sex while he stayed in Sandusky's basement during visits.
The witness, now 18, the last accuser expected to be called by prosecutors, said he screamed during one incident, hoping Sandusky's wife might hear him from upstairs.
There was no answer.
"I think the basement is soundproof," said Alleged Victim 9, who was emotional during portions of his testimony. CNN generally does not identify alleged victims of sexual assault.
Alleged Victim 9 said he started going to the Sandusky home when he was about 12 and stopped going in 2009, when he was 16.
Jurors earlier Thursday heard from two other accusers, a police officer and an investigator.
Judge John Cleland indicated he expected the commonwealth of Pennsylvania to conclude its case against Sandusky in the afternoon, but that was not the case.
No proceedings are planned for Friday; the trial will resume Monday.