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May 9, 2016   
Simple Assault


Between the hours of 11:45 P.M. on 5-7-16 and 12:05 A.M. on 5-8-16 an unknown male subject assaulted a 16 year old female in the 100 Block of North Lawler.  This male subject is described as being approximately 5’ 8” tall and having short, darker-colored hair, a round face and a round build.  The male was wearing dark colored pants, possibly blue jeans and a dark colored T-shirt, possibly green.  This male subject was seen by the victim walking east bound in the 100 Block of E. 2nd prior to the assault and the subject ran east from the 100 Block of North Lawler after the assault.  The victim reported that she had observed the male subject holding what she believed a piece of rope or string in his hand prior to the assault.

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