Allegations first reported by Willamette Week result in Multnomah County grand jury charges.

PORTLAND TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO - Charles McGeeA Multnomah County grand jury has indicted two men in a high profile sexual assault case.

According to the Multnomah County District Attorney's Office, former Black Parent Initiative CEO Charles McGee and former Oregon's Housing Stability Council chairman Aubre Dickson were indicted Tuesday. They are charged with felony first-degree sexual assault, unlawful sexual penetration and sodomy.

The charges all stem from an incident first reported by Willamette Week on May 10, 2012. The victim, Erica Naito-Campbell, agreed her name could be released.

After Willamette Week published its story, the Black Parent Initiative, which McGee founded, fired McGee. Dickson subsequently left his job at Key Bank, where he was a vice president of community development lending, in March.

This story will be updated when more information is available. To read a previous Portland Tribune story, go to

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