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Fort Hood Solider Arrested For Multiple Offenses

By John Elizondo

FORT HOOD - A Fort Hood soldier has been arrested on suspicion of attempted rape, attempted murder, and communicating a threat.

The exact details of Spc. Christian S. Holley's offenses are not being released at this time, but a Fort Hood spokesman says the arrest was made on post Wednesday without incident. The Fort Hood spokesman also said that all of the offenses did not occur at the same time or the same place. 

Holley is being held without bond as the investigation continues, and he will be handled through the Army's Uniform Code of Military Justice.

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