Iowa State University Police have made an arrest in a sexual assault case. ISU deputy police Chief Aaron DeLashmutt says the investigation was launched two-and-a-half weeks ago when officers were sent to an apartment building leased by the university.
“At approximately 1 p.m. on August 11, ISU Police received a 911 call reporting a sexual assault,” DeLashmutt said. Officers later executed a search warrant at the apartment and collected evidence.
On Friday, the investigation led to the arrest of 26-year-old Ryan Scott Evans of Huxley. He’s charged with three counts of third degree sexual abuse, a class C felony. Evans was booked in the Story County Jail.