A Sandusky boy accused of rape was arrested in Norwalk on Tuesday.
Norwalk Police Sgt. Tom Cook arrested the 14-year-old boy on an Erie County Juvenile Court rape warrant about 10:30 a.m. on Shady Lane Drive.
"He was at the high school," said Sgt. Seth Fry, who had no information on why the suspect was at Norwalk High School. "My assumption is he goes there."
Norwalk City Schools Superintendent Dennis Doughty said the district doesn't have an open enrollment agreement with Sandusky. He had no further information about the boy. NHS Principal Brad Cooley couldn't be reached for comment Wednesday.
After his arrest, the boy was released to the Sandusky Police Department.
Detective Ken Nixon said the suspected rape happened "this past summer." Detectives started their investigation in June.
"We got a call from the (victims') parents," Nixon said.
"The victim also was a young juvenile," the detective said about a 12-year-old boy from the same neighborhood as the suspect.
"He'll be fine. (He's) embarrassed more than anything," Nixon added.
Erie County prosecutors couldn't be reached for comment Wednesday.