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Amoateng arrested in connection with a domestic assault

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Dennis Amoateng, was arrested on May 4 in connection with a domestic assault.

Amoateng is Doane’s former Title IX coordinator, chief judicial officer and director of Residence Life and Education.

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Former Title IX coordinator and Chief Judicial Officer Dennis Amoateng was arrested in connection with a domestic assault the day after he left his job at Doane.

Amoateng threw his wife to the ground, according to the Lincoln Police Department incident report. 

There were minor and superficial injuries according the the incident report.

Amoateng announced that he was leaving Doane to work at the University of Washington in Spokane late April, according to an email by Student Affairs. His last day was May 3.

He was booked into the Lancaster County Jail at 4:51 a.m. May 4, according to the Lincoln Journal Star.

This is a developing story. Stay with for updates.


This article was corrected on May 7 at 5:30 p.m. An earlier version of this story incorrectly attributed information to a jail log.