Clarke Univ. Student Charged with Falsifying Abduction, Assault Report in Dubuque

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By Aaron Hepker

DUBUQUE, Iowa - An Illinois woman has been charged after officials said she made a false report, claiming she was abducted and assaulted.

On November 5, Dubuque police received a report of an alleged abduction and assault the victim claimed happened on or about October 23rd, 2013.

Robin Levitski, 18, of Warren, Illinois, claimed she was taken against her will from the Clarke campus to an off-campus location and assaulted. Following several initial interviews, the analysis of evidence, and follow-up interviews with the alleged victim, investigators determined the report to be false.

She was taken to the Dubuque County Jail and held on a $5,000 cash only bond arrest warrant. False reports to or communications with public safety entities is a serious misdemeanor with a possible fine of at least $315 but not to exceed $1,875. In addition, the court may also order imprisonment not to exceed one year.
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