Former Mishawaka wrestling coach Darrick Snyder was cleared of any possible criminal charges Thursday morning.
The prosecutor's office says there is insufficient evidence to charge Snyder with either failure to report or obstruction of justice in the 2010 sexual abuse case that involved his team.
The announcement comes two weeks after the sixth and final wrestler charged in the abuse of a teammate was sentenced.
The prosecutor's office says there is insufficient evidence that Snyder knew of the sexual nature of the incident. It also says that inconsistencies in witness stories make it impossible to prove any crime against Snyder.
Snyder is no longer the head coach of Mishawaka's wrestling team.