Anonymous tip line set up to find suspects involved in alleged hate crime

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In response to an alleged hate crime that occurred at Bullard High School, the school has set up an anonymous tip line. The tip line will be used for any concerns students want to anonymously bring to the administration. 

During a fire drill last week, an openly gay student says she was attacked and verbally assaulted. Logann Pruneda says juice boxes hit her in the neck and back, leaving bruises and visible marks. She also heard derogatory slurs …attacking her sexuality.

Fresno police are calling the incident a hate crime. So far no one has stepped forward yet with the identity of the student(s) responsible.

In hopes of finding a suspect they have increased the reward from $750 to $1,000. 

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