California man surrenders to police in Vanderbilt rape case
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -
A California man indicted on a charge of tampering with evidence in connection to a rape investigation on the campus of Vanderbilt University voluntarily turned himself in on Friday.
Miles Finley traveled from California to Nashville and surrendered himself at police headquarters.
Metro police said Finley and Joseph Quinzio, both acquaintances of former Vanderbilt football player Brandon Vandenburg, allegedly tampered with electronic evidence following the rape of an unconscious female student in Vandenburg's on-campus dorm room on June 23.
Quinzio, 20, remains in California while going through the legalities of the extradition process.
Finley is being held in Nashville on $10,000 bond.
A court date for him has not yet been set.
Vandenburg and ex-football players Jaborian "Tip" McKenzie, Brandon Banks and Cory Batey each face five counts of aggravated rape and two counts of aggravated sexual battery in the case.
They are scheduled to appear in court next week.
Former Vanderbilt wide receiver Chris Boyd entered a conditional guilty plea last month for his role in attempting to cover up the crime.