A committee has recommended Alec Shiva, arrested Nov. 10 for reportedly sexually assaulting another student, be expelled from UW-Madison.
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A non-academic misconduct hearing committee found former UW-Madison student Alec Cook “responsible for violating university student conduct policies related to a crime of violence.”
A county judge has appointed two special prosecutors to take over the case of suspended UW-Madison student Alec Cook, whose preliminary trial is scheduled for Jan. 20.
Shiva, charged with felony counts of false imprisonment, strangulation and second-degree sexual assault, appeared at the Dane County Courthouse Tuesday morning.
Suspended UW-Madison student Alec Cook will be released from jail Friday after he posted bail, which was set at $100,000.
Six additional charges from five different women have been filed against suspended UW-Madison student Alec Cook, bringing his total number of criminal charges to 21.
Suspended UW-Madison junior Alec Cook is being charged with the alleged sexual assault of ten women.
Suspended UW-Madison freshman Alec Shiva, who was arrested in November for second-degree sexual assault, will appear in court for a preliminary hearing Dec. 27.
Frank Horton (left), Timothy Arnold (center) and Adam Ritchie were arrested for their connection to a recent string of anti-Semitic graffiti around campus.