Racist slur on Kansas State campus proves to be a hoax
MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) — Kansas State police say a person who reported being the target of a racist slur admitted it was a hoax.
The Wichita Eagle reports it was the second time in two years that a report of racist slurs at Kansas State was a hoax.
Kansas State officers were called to the Jardine Apartment Complex on the Manhattan campus Monday, where a note containing a racial slur was hung on a door. Police said in a news release Thursday that during questioning the person who reported the note admitted creating and posting it.
In November 2017, a man reported having racist slurs painted on his car in Manhattan. The FBI investigated the case as a possible hate crime.
Riley County police says 21-year-old Dauntarius Williams, who owned the car, eventually admitted being responsible for the graffiti.
Information from: The Wichita (Kan.) Eagle, http://www.kansas.com