BENTONVILLE -- The Bentonville Public School District has released a statement on the Ali Matar verdict Friday afternoon which reads:
.E. Baker, and all those have been previously reported upon." 21-year-old Ali Matar Jr., of Lowell, is accused of sexually assaulting three girls while
to terminate Ali M. Matar, Jr. in a meeting Monday night. Matar worked at the after school program, Adventure Club. In a police report released Friday
Friday at 8:00a.m. UPDATE 4:57PM: The jury asked to re-watch portions of Matar's taped interview with police. They were moved back into the courtroom
assaulting students got underway Wednesday. Ali Matar, Jr., 21, is facing one count of rape and two charges of sexual assault in the second degree
Club of Benton County. In a statement, the organization confirmed Ali M. Matar, Jr. worked for them from August 16, 2013-October 16, 2013 but noted
-year-old girl at school. In a police report released Friday, investigators state the assault happened while the victim and Ali M. Matar Jr., 21, were
Employee Accused of Raping a Child at School BENTONVILLE -- Bentonville Police say Ali M. Matar, Jr, 21, of Lowell, sexually assaulted a five
PEARCY, AR--A Central Arkansas mother is vowing to fight for children with rare diseases following her daughter's death. Ali Vise was a normal
Ali M. Matar, Jr, 21, of Lowell, sexually assaulted a five-year-old girl while on RE Baker Elementary school premises. District officials said Matar has
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