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August 22, 2014

Rape report investigated as false claim

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A report made by an alleged victim charging that a rape happened at Dunbar Cave State Park is being investigated as a false report.

Clarksville police are continuing and District 3 Detectives have discovered evidence that the information provided by the victim is not truthful.

The CPD is consistently concerned with public safety and wanted to assure our citizens that this case was not a random act of violence in one of our parks.



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