BELLEFONTE -- Mike McQueary's father took the stand Wednesday morning in Centre County Court and relayed his version of the events the night his son claimed to have witnessed Jerry Sandusky in a shower at Penn State with a young boy.
John McQueary recalled the conversation with a family friend and a subsequent meeting with Gary Schultz, the former head of university police.
John McQueary recalled bringing up the subject with Schultz later on but got no indication that anything would be done.
McQueary said Schultz told him he had heard "noise about this before," referring to similar allegations against Sandusky.
Sandusky is on trial for involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, indecent assault of a young child, unlawful contact with minors, corruption of minors and endangering the welfare of children.
Victim 10 also took the stand and testified that he met Sandusky in 1997 at a Second Mile camp. The man, now 25, said in 1998 he was only 11 years old when Sandusky took him to his house, they wrestled and Sandusky pinned him to the ground, pulled off his shorts and performed oral sex on him.
The man said this occurred on five different occasions.
Victim 10 said Sandusky once threatened him when he refused to perform oral sex on Sandusky in the car. He said Sandusky later apologized to him.
The man, who is now married and living in Maryland, said he came forward after Sandusky's arrest last fall "because it was the right thing to do."
Defense attorney Joe Amendola quizzed the man, trying to pin him down on the exact dates of the alleged incidents and touched on his criminal history, which includes state prison time for robbery.
The woman who was Victim 10's foster mother at the time of the alleged incidents also took the stand and said she was unaware of the alleged abuse until he told her this past December. She said she believes him.
Victim 10 said he has not obtained an attorney or sought one out and said he did not want to be there to testify.