INDIANAPOLIS. Ind. -- Indiana's attorney general will not face criminal charges after being accused of sexual misconduct earlier this year.
Special Prosecutor Dan Sigler says he won't move forward on criminal charges against Curtis Hill, saying he would have difficulties meeting his burden of proof.
Sigler says Hill does not deny the touching took place during a March party at an Indianapolis bar but says there is some disagreement between Hill and the four women involved as to the extent of the touching.
Sigler says he found the women to be credible and believes "they have a story to tell."
Hill still awaits the final report of state Inspector General Lori Torres, who has issued a statement saying her investigation revealed "unacceptable behavior by a state officeholder" but she respects the grounds on which Sigler made his decision.