Capt. Steve Richardson said Monday that the inquiry continues and has not been referred to the Ada County prosecutor's office or any other agency.
McGee, a Caldwell Republican and former Senate majority caucus chairman, resigned Feb. 22 after more than seven years in the Senate. He was accused of sexual harassment by a female Senate aide.
Senate GOP leadership consulted with Attorney General Lawrence Wasden before the matter was referred to ISP. An Idaho Statesman request for public records related to the case has been denied under the investigatory exemption in Idaho's public records law.
"It is still with ISP and is an ongoing investigation," Richardson said. "There would be nothing that we would release at this time. It has not been forwarded to any other agency."
Last year, McGee was arrested for DUI and theft and pleaded guilty to DUI after he crashed an SUV he'd taken in a Meridian neighborhood near where his parents live. At least nine of McGee's 27 GOP colleagues voted behind closed doors to replace him as leader Jan. 11, but a majority favored his retention. News of the harassment allegation forced him to quit.
Shortly before adjourning for the year on Thursday, the Senate amended its ethics rules to potentially include a case like McGee's. The new rule includes as a potential ethics violation "substantial conduct unbecoming a senator" and "violation of any state law that brings discredit or embarrassment to the Senate or that constitutes a breach of public trust."
Another measure prompted by the McGee matter didn't move in the House. House Resolution 4 would have barred a person convicted of DUI from serving in majority or minority leadership or as a committee chairman or vice-chairman for the remainder of the legislative term if that person had been found guilty of DUI. Introduced by Reps. Julie Ellsworth, R-Boise, and Marv Hagedorn, R-Meridian, and cosponsored by Speaker Lawerence Denney, R-Midvale, Majority Leader Mike Moyle, R-Star, and Assistant Majority Leader Scott Bedke, R-Oakley, HR 4 stalled in the House Judiciary Committee.
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