(KATV) Conway Police are
investigating a rape case. The alleged victim is a UCA student. She told police
she knows the suspect, a former student. The 18 year old female did not call
police right away. She reportedly told a friend and then family, who urged her
to call police.
with the Conway Police Department says, "At this point it's kind of a he
said she said."
The alleged incident
happened at about 11:55 on Saturday, December 1 during a party at a house in
the 1800 block of Lee Avenue. It was not on school property and UCA
police are not working the investigation.
Woodruff says the
female knows the suspect and she did go to the hospital and have a rape exam
done. "She said she was lying on the sofa and a young man she was acquainted
with actually picked her up off the sofa and took her into another room. She
claims that is where the rape occurred."
The suspect is 22
years old and lives in Conway. He hasn't been arrested, pending the outcome of
the investigation. People who were at the party are still being questioned.
A UCA spokesperson
says four rape cases have been reported this academic year. In all of the
allegations the victim and suspect have been acquaintances.
Wednesday, June 19 2013 12:31 PM EDT2013-06-19 16:31:23 GMT
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