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Because the incident was not directly reported to UI police, the department is not investigating at this time, Anne Bassett, a UI spokeswoman, said Wednesday via email.The warning is the first such campuswide crime alert UI police have sent during the current academic year.A former councilman and photography studio owner pleaded not guilty to a half-dozen charges in connection with allegations of inappropriate contact with teenage girls.Christopher Lee King faced three charges of third-degree sexual abuse, one count of sexual assault, one count of disseminating obscene material to minors and one count of indecent exposure according to court records from Des Moines County.During the 2015-16 academic year, UI police issued 13 crime alerts, including 11 for reported sexual misconduct.The warning comes a week after UI officials released results of a campus climate survey of sexual assault on campus.
King, who owns Daisy Frames Photography Studios, was accused of giving alcohol to teenage girls, driving them to rural locations in Des Moines County where the alleged sexual abuse occurred. Jeff Klein said more than two dozen victims had told police King molested or attempted to molest them. Court records showed King pleaded not guilty to the charges at a hearing held Wednesday, May 27.On June 1, his trial date was set for July 21, 2015.Jail records showed he remained held in the Des Moines County Jail, in lieu of ,000 cash-only bond, as of Monday, June 1.The University of Iowa has received a report that a sexual assault occurred last weekend, according to a campuswide crime alert issued Wednesday.
Of the students who completed the survey, more than 20 percent of the female undergraduate students reported having experienced a rape during their time on the UI campus.
In response to the survey results, UI officials are implementing a new, two-year "Anti-Violence Plan to End Sexual Misconduct, Dating Violence and Stalking."UI police released information about the recently reported sexual assault in accordance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, which requires "timely warnings of crimes that may represent a threat to the safety of students or employees."UI police advised anyone wanting to report a crime to call 319-335-5022 and said resources, including a confidential victim advocate, can be reached at 319-335-6000.