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   Officials with the St. Louis Community College at Meramec continue to be questioned about the way an alleged assault in a women's restroom was handled.  

   A student, 18 year old Jevon Mallory, was arrested Tuesday and charged with an April 18th attack on a female student. But critics are questioning the five day delay.

   Campus police had taken Mallory into custody on the day Blythe Grupe reported being choked in a restroom.  But no charges were filed, and no alert was sent to the campus community.  Instead, police let Mallory go with a stern warning not to return to campus.

   A college spokesperson told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that campus police hadn't initially view the attack as serious since there were no weapons involved.  

   After Grupe and her parents continued to push the issue, Mallory was arrested. He's now jailed in St. Louis County on felony assault charges.

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