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UCPD reports battery following verbal dispute in People's Park

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After a dispute occurred Tuesday in People's Park, UCPD officers responded to a battery with an unknown object. UCPD spokesperson Sgt. Jacob Westlie said the suspect has not been located.

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APRIL 20, 2021

UCPD officers responded to a battery with an unknown object following a dispute Tuesday afternoon in People’s Park.

Just before 2:42 p.m., the suspect was involved in a verbal dispute with another person, according to UCPD spokesperson Sgt. Jacob Westlie. Following the argument, the suspect hit the individual over the head with an unknown object, Westlie added.

Following the incident, the individual was transported in an ambulance to Highland Hospital. Westlie said the suspect has not been located.

Check back for updates.

Aditya Katewa is a deputy news editor. Contact him at [email protected] and follow him on Twitter at @adkatewa1.
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APRIL 21, 2021


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