UAPD Asks for Assistance in Ongoing Investigation

UAPD requests that any information regarding this vehicle be reported to them at (479) 575-2222.
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UAPD requests that any information regarding this vehicle be reported to them at (479) 575-2222.

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – On Saturday, Oct. 10, at approximately 9 a.m., a University of Arkansas student was assaulted on campus near the intersection of Dickson Street and Duncan Avenue. This incident is very concerning to the campus community and remains under investigation.

The preliminary investigation indicates that the incident was likely the result of mistaken identity, but the assailant’s use of a slur during the attack led many to believe that this was an instance of hate violence against the LGBTQ+ community. 

There is no place for violence and hate at the University of Arkansas. It is against our core values and will not be tolerated. We believe in and strive for an inclusive environment where equity, opportunity, representation and civility are valued and where our differences are embraced as our shared humanity. And we are committed to making the U of A a place where all people feel safe and welcome. 

The investigation into Saturday’s incident continues and you may be able to help.

UAPD requests that any information regarding this vehicle be reported to them at (479) 575-2222.

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