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UVA Abduction Suspect Jesse Matthew Accused of Sexua...

Wednesday, October 1, 2014 11:15pm

Galveston County Sheriff's Office(CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.) -- The suspect charged with abducting University of Virginia student Hannah Graham was accused of sexual assault while at college, according to a report the school released Wednesday.

Christopher Newport University made public a "criminal incident information" report that stated Jesse Matthew was investigated for an alleged sexual assault on campus that occurred Sept. 7, 2003.

The school said in a statement that it initially declined to release the report, but said, "The success of the criminal investigation is paramount at this time. The university has consulted with the Virginia State Police again today, and we are now releasing the following non-exempt 'criminal incident information.'"

The report said the alleged sexual assault took place on the school's campus and was investigated by university police Capt. Scott Austin. No injuries were reported in connection with the alleged assault, the report said.

It does not indicate whether any criminal charges were filed. Calls to the Newport News police station were not immediately returned, but previous criminal records searches did not turn up any charges of sexual assault. Matthew's attorney, Jim Camblos, did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

CNU spokeswoman Lori Jacobs said that federal student record privacy laws "limit the information we can provide."

The report notes that Matthew quit the school's football team five days after the alleged assault and left the school on Oct. 15.

Jacobs would not say specifically if the campus police investigation into the alleged sexual assault led to him leaving the school, but said, "Students don't usually leave in the second month of the semester or leave the football team within a month."

Matthew attended Christopher Newport University after leaving his first college, Liberty University, after only two years.

Matthew is now in police custody after being arrested in connection with the disappearance of Graham. He has not entered a plea.

The news of the Christopher Newport University sexual assault investigation comes as at least two different sheriff's offices in Virginia reported that they were looking into open murder cases to see if Matthew was connected.

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US Confirms Eight More Airstrikes in Iraq, Syria

Wednesday, October 1, 2014 7:01pm

maryTR/iStockphoto/Thinkstock(BAGHDAD, Iraq) -- U.S. Central Command confirmed eight more airstrikes conducted in Iraq and Syria by U.S. military forces and those of a partner nation.

According to a release, three strikes were conducted in Syria between Tuesday and Wednesday, using fighter jets and remotely piloted aircraft. These strikes took place near the city of Kobani and destroyed an armed vehicle, an artillery piece and a tank operated by militants from the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria.

Five separate strikes were conducted in Irq, three of which took place near Mosul, one near the Haditha Dam and one northwest of Baghdad. The strikes in Iraq destroyed a total of five armed vehicles and a building occupied by ISIS militants, while also striking a pair of ISIS fighting positions.

The CENTCOM release notes that the United Kingdom participated in the strikes within Iraq.

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Jimmy Carter Celebrates 90th Birthday

Wednesday, October 1, 2014 11:50pm

Photo by Chris McKay/Getty Images(ATLANTA, Ga.) -- Former President Jimmy Carter, the second-oldest of the living U.S. presidents, turned 90 on Wednesday, blowing out the candles on his cake.

President Obama tweeted out birthday wishes for Carter from the White House Twitter account. The message is signed "-bo," indicating that Obama wrote the tweet himself.



Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wisconsin, also tweeted a birthday message for the former president and 2002 Nobel Peace Prize winner.



The Jimmy Carter Presidential Library posted a photo of the ex-president blowing out the candles on its Facebook page.





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