June 22, 2021

Menacing note found on CEU campus last week

A threatening letter is the center of an investigation by the College of Eastern Utah police after it was found on Friday on the college campus. ter of an investigation by the
College of Eastern Utah police after it was found on Friday on the college campus.
The letter, signed by “The Kharma Police,” was found by the stake president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saint Institute, crumpled up on campus. It is not known if the letter was meant to be found.

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A threatening letter is the center of an investigation by the College of Eastern Utah police after it was found on Friday on the college campus. ter of an investigation by the
College of Eastern Utah police after it was found on Friday on the college campus.
The letter, signed by “The Kharma Police,” was found by the stake president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saint Institute, crumpled up on campus. It is not known if the letter was meant to be found.
After being turned in, it was given to the staff at the Bunnell-Dmitrich Athletic Center, where it was later forwarded to the campus police.
The threatening letter found on the CEU campus stated “the best way to a women’s heart is through her chest … with a knife.”
“This is not a joke and should not be looked at as a joke,” said James Prettyman, director of public safety for the College of Eastern Utah.
Prettyman stated that the police may have a few leads on the person or persons responsible for the note.
If any information is known about the origin of the threatening letter or its authors, it is asked that the campus police be contacted at 613-5612. All callers will remain anonymous.

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