New details from the Jameis Winston investigation have emerged through the public release of search warrants just hours before the announcement as to whether or not the Florida State quarterback will face sexual assault charges from a complaint filed in December 2012.
According to the Associated Press, the woman accusing Winston of sexual assault told police she was raped at an apartment after a night of taking shots at the bar. She told police her "memory is very broken" but remembered being in a cab with a "non-descript" black man.
The warrant said she tried to fight the man off, and at some point, another man came into the room and told him to stop. But the two went into a bathroom "where he completed the act."
Her next memory was of the suspect dressing her, putting her on a scooter and dropping her off at a campus intersection. She said she had no idea where the alleged assault took place.
The alleged assault took place Dec. 7, 2012. The woman identified Winston about a month later and the case was considered open-inactive since early 2013 until the Tallahassee Police Department revisited the case and handed it over to the Florida state attorney's office.
State Attorney Willie Meggs will hold a news conference at 2 p.m. ET Thursday to discuss the findings of his investigation.