Incident Report – Lovesick stalkers strike

Amanda Jacobs, Amanda Jacobs, and Amanda Jacobs

March 23

At 10:05 a.m. security responded with the campus nurse to PE 114 because a student was feeling ill.

The woman suffers from an elevated heart rate and was breathing heavily. The nurse treated her on the scene and when it was safe enough to transport her, she was taken to the MedCenter.

At 12:30 p.m. a female student reported that she was being harassed and threatened by e-mail by an unknown person.

She said at 9:50 p.m. on March 18 she received an e-mail from a woman she has never met.

Her friend told her the same woman has been harassing him for years.

He told her that the woman is mad because they are friends. The e-mail stated that the girl knew she worked in the cafeteria and was going to run up behind her and attack her. She notified her supervisor.

March 24

At 3 p.m. on Wednesday a female student informed security of a restraining order she has against a former boyfriend.

The female student told security that around the end of last September, her now ex-boyfriend assaulted her at her residence in Isla Vista.

She explained to security that the guy first broke into her place, damaged property and was charged with attempted murder.

The woman said in the report he suffocated her by choking her throat for approximately 30 seconds.

He was sentenced to jail in the middle of November last year and was released on March 22.

The following day, she saw her ex-boyfriend on West Campus near the snack shop. She told security she saw him four to five times that day and each time he would walk away from her towards the grass.

She was advised to call the security emergency line if she sees him on campus again. He is not a student.

March 25

Campus security received a report of a vehicle hit and run incident in Lot 2-C.

Two male students witnessed a white Nissan Maxima pull out of a parking stall in the stadium lot and back into the adjacent car, a black Ford Mustang convertible.

The car rubbed past the corner bumper and the side view mirror scraped the corner of the Mustang.

The Maxima drove off. Witnesses documented pictures and license plate numbers.

The woman who owned the Mustang made the report and said she left her car there at 8 a.m. and came back at 5 p.m. She said in the report that the damage was to the passenger rear bumper and tire.

After an instructor made a call at 9:30 a.m., security responded with the nurse to the women’s restroom on the first floor of the IDC building. A female student was feeling ill and was in the bathroom for an hour.

The nurse did an evaluation of the student and recommended further treatment at an urgent car or hospital.

The student’s father picked her up at 11 a.m.