Arrest made in sexual assault case on Mizzou's campus

MU assault suspect

COLUMBIA, Mo. - UPDATE 3/22: ABC 17 News obtained the probable cause statement for this case, which confirmed that the assault happened in a bathroom at the Mizzou Arena and that both Marshall and the victim were working as custodians. A spokesperson for MU confirms Marshall is no longer employed at Mizzou. 

UPDATE: Jail records say Marshall has been charged with domestic assault in the third degree. He's currently being held on a $25,000 bond. 

UPDATE: An MU spokesperson confirms Marshall is currently in the MU system as a custodian. 

UPDATE: According to public court documents, Marshall was previously charged with two other incidents of domestic assault. He also was convicted of stealing from the Columbia Mall, writing a bad check, and driving with a suspended license. 

ORIGINAL: Two days after a sexual assault was reported on Mizzou's campus, police have made an arrest .

Around 7 p.m. Thursday night, University of Missouri Police said they arrested suspect Randall D. Marshall, 46 of Columbia, for second degree domestic assault.

The reported crime happened at 6:00 a.m. near Champions Drive and Mick Deaver Drive Tuesday.

The victim and the suspect allegedly know each other, and were identified by MUPD this week. Both the victim and the suspect are not MU students.

ABC 17 News checked the university's directory and found a man with the same name who is listed on the custodial staff for the Hearnes Center. We have not confirmed if this is the same person. The sports complex is located at the corner of where the alleged assault took place.

ABC 17 News will updated this story as more information becomes available.

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