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The release states that investigators began communication with Hamilton last Thursday after finding what the agency described as a suspicious online advertisement.Deputies say communication with Hamilton continued right up until his p.m. (KTHV) - Arkansas legislators are threatening to defund an Arkansas Tech University department over a sex education event called "Sex on the Lawn."The event was held by Spectrum, an LGBTQ organization at Tech, that said the event looks to "provide knowledge about practicing safe sex for everyone."But, Representative Trevor Drown (R-Dover) claimed it's the name of the event that isn't going over well with people in the River Valley.Drown filed a proposed amendment to House Bill 1213 which would effectively take away all funding from Arkansas Tech's Department of Diversity and Inclusion.The amendment reads: Now, students and professors at Tech are up in arms.“Taking away a department that's only goal is to help increase diversity and help promote inclusion on campus doesn't make sense to me,” said student Emma Scarbrough.Doctor Sean Huss, a professor of sociology at Tech said the amendment is not only going to affect programs but it'll impact the faculty and more importantly, the students.
The documents also allege some of the young men had received payments from the judge while also appearing on the judge's docket in district court.arrest after he arrived at a "predetermined location in Faulkner County for the purpose of sexual contact with an underage child.Items seized at the time of his arrest included condoms, a bottle of lube, a cellular device, and a computer tablet." Hamilton bonded out of jail on a ,000 bond and has a court date of Oct. In the news release, Sheriff Matt Rice states that his agency's efforts of cracking down on this type of crime will not slow down and he wants Faulkner County to be known as a safe place to work and live, adding that he will not rest while predators are willing to travel to participate in such crimes.In a news release issued Wednesday, the Faulkner County Sheriff's Office (FCSO) announced the arrest of Stanley Vance Hamilton, 60, of Hattieville.The FCSO says Hamilton was arrested and charged last Friday with one count of felony Conspiracy to Commit Rape.
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