.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
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
in Benton county. Ali Matar, Jr., 21, pleaded not guilty to charges accusing him of sexually abusing 3 students. Police first arrested Matar back in May
-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
by the district. Ali Matar Jr., 21, of Lowell, was first arrested May 14 after police said he raped a 5-year-old girl. Then, last week, police said there were two
Bentonville -- The school district is reviewing a report on possible gaps or breakdowns in policy or procedure following the arrest of Ali Matar
-year old girls. 21-year-old Ali Matar Jr., of Lowell, was already being held in the Benton County Jail on a $75,000 bond when police arrested him
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
to raping a five year old student at R.E. Baker Elementary School during an after school program just last month. Ali Matar Jr. was terminated
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