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Body found in Coleman Creek at UALR

Posted By on Fri, May 31, 2013 at 11:24 AM

CAMPUS VIEW: Body found near Fine Arts building.
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  • CAMPUS VIEW: Body found near Fine Arts building.

From the UALR Twitter feed:

A body was found in Coleman Creek near Fine Arts bldg. Authorities are responding. Visit ualr.edu for more info.

UALR has reported additionally that the body is that of a young adult white male. The school notes that Coleman Creek is flood prone and the area had heavy rain last night. Police told UALR that the body showed no obvious signs of trauma or foul play.

The police said the body carried identification indicating the youth was Kasey Hudson, 18, of Searcy. So far, no information on time or cause of death. He is not a UALR student, the school said.

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