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Student appears in court, faces video voyeurism charge

Garrett Wolff (Source: Washington Co. Jail via Vinelink) Garrett Wolff (Source: Washington Co. Jail via Vinelink)
FAYETTEVILLE, AR (KAIT) -

A University of Arkansas student appeared in court Monday after his arrest on suspicion of video voyeurism. 

According to court records, Garrett Wolff was arrested on a warrant from University of Arkansas Fayetteville police. 

Wolff will appear in court Dec. 1 on the Class A misdemeanor offense.  

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