Added: Oct 9, 2018
Murray, Kentucky. Victimology eats up masculinity, as plotted by the agenda encouraging males to show unnecessary "vulnerability". That said, you need not imagine why MSU student Charles Patrick Vaught decided to concoct a robbery hoax for attention.
October 07, 2018
. Murray State University student Charles Patrick Vaught
reported false robbery to police. He claimed he was robbed at a university stadium parking lot by another male in dark clothing with a pocket knife. He further described the encounter in graphic detail with injuries to show for it. The report sent a shock-wave throughout the University and surrounding community causing unnecessary panic. People said they were not used to this kind of crime. However during investigation police faced inconsistent timeline in Charles' report which raised doubts about his version of events. When investigators interview Charles for clarification, the male student admitted the robbery in fact did not happen. Police also determined his injuries were sustained off-campus while he was fabricating and falsely reporting the incident.
October 08, 2018
. Hoaxer and attention seeking Charles Patrick Vaught
of Madisonville, was charged with falsely reporting an incident.
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