UCA student says she received e-mail that was upsetting
March 8, 2001
The University of Central Arkansas Police Department recently investigated an improper communication.
According to the report, student Madeline Gill said Monday she received a disturbing e-mail. The nature of the message was not reported, but the e-mail was forwarded to the UCA Police Department criminal investigations division.
It was determined the e-mail came from James Prisock, a student at West Point Military Academy. UCA officers contacted West Point and forwarded the information to their criminal investigators. Further information was not available.
The UCA police also investigated the following incidents:
Police took a report Monday from faculty/staff member Trina Racca, who advised that on Thursday at approximately 7 a.m., she placed her purse, which contained $2,500 cash, in the custodial closet on the first floor of Carmichael Hall. When she returned at noon, she noticed $1,300 missing.
Police took a report Monday from faculty/staff member Betty Anderson, who said she found an M-16 magazine clip loaded with blanks in the trash cans in the new hall.
The magazine was turned over to the criminal investigation division.
© 2001 SAMANTHA HUSEAS, Log Cabin Staff Writer