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Campus police investigating sexual assault report

The APSU Police Department received a report on Friday, Nov. 11, that a student had been sexually assaulted on campus the previous day.

The student said the incident took place between the first floor entrance to the Morgan University Center and the Ellington building between 1 and 2 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 10, according to a safety bulletin from the APSU Police Department.

There is currently no description of the alleged suspect. Anyone with information about the incident can contact the APSU Police Department at 911 or 931-221-7786.


After further investigation, the report has been determined inaccurate. The student who reported the incident advised officers that she “was not assaulted by an unknown subject in that area,” according to a release from the APSU Police Department. The investigation will remain open.

This is an on-going story and will be updated accordingly.


About Ethan Steinquest

Ethan Steinquest is a senior communications major at APSU and the Managing Editor of The All State.

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  1. This doesn’t seem to make any sense. A student was “sexually assaulted” in broad daylight at 1 P.M. on Thursday while classes were in session between Ellington and the U.C. (well populated areas). She waited until well into the next morning around 3 A.M. to notify police. Most likely, someone said something to her or came onto her and being an immature individual–she blew things out of proportion. This is a waste of time and resources requiring the police to investigate.

    • And comments like these are the reason why sexual assault goes underreported. When someone tries to report a crime like this and is met with “This is a lie and you are immature,” all their hesitations that caused them to wait from 1 p.m. to 3 a.m. come to life.