Incident Report – Student stoned by cyclist

Gabriel Cabello

Sept. 2
Security received a call about an attempted assault on a student whose laptop bag had reportedly been torn after a bicyclist threw a piece of concrete at him the day before. The cyclist had apparently been jumping his mountain bike down the stairs outside of BC-101 when the student confronted the cyclist and told him to stop because he was endangering students walking by. The cyclist began to taunt the student and went to jump again, but the student stood in his way to prevent him from doing so. After the biker rode off, the student heard something fly through the air and hit his laptop bag. According to others there, the suspect had thrown the concrete rock from behind a set of bushes and rode off on a metallic colored bike.

A cyclist attempted to assault a student on campus by throwing a concrete rock from behind a set of bushes. The rock struck and tore the student’s laptop bag. The cyclist had been jumping his mountain bike down the stairs outside of BC-101, when the student confronted the cyclist and told him to stop because he was endangering students walking by. The cyclist began to taunt the student and went to jump again, but the student stood in his way to prevent him from doing so. After the biker rode off, the student heard something fly through the air and hit his laptop bag. After throwing the concrete rock and biking off, security was notified of the attempted assault.

Sept. 4
A man was arrested shortly after a staff member at the Administration Building contacted campus security about a person stalking them. The suspect, who is not a student, was reportedly standing outside the staff member’s locked office door when security arrived. When they questioned him, the suspect told security he was making a delivery of some papers and worked for “Hanson Delivery Incorporated”. When questioned again, he said he was delivering a phone. Security then asked the suspect to go outside and he eventually complied. Security informed the suspect that they knew who he was and that they had previous reports of him harassing the staff member. Police dispatch was finally called when the suspect refused security’s request for him to leave campus. Shortly after dispatch was called, he left and headed in the direction of the beach parking lot. SBPD later caught up to the suspect, interviewed him, and placed him under arrest.

A student reported the theft of his laptop from his classroom in the P.E. building. According to the student, the thief must have been a student in the class. There are approximately 20 students in the class and the laptop’s estimated value is $400.

Sept. 8
Campus security discovered graffiti spray painted on the BC building. The graffiti, which varied in length and said “BAUS”, was in black paint and found on the clock tower and on the second floor of the building. More graffiti was found on the West campus fountain and on the trash barrel located nearby.

Sept. 15
Campus security and the school nurse responded to a student reportedly suffering from a seizure inside the library. When they arrived, the student was conscious and responding to questions as library staff attended to him. The student was taken to the hospital after library staff called 911 at his request. The student has a history of seizures due to a medical condition and felt one coming on while he was seated at the library, according to the report.

A bicyclist flew over a car and on to the street when he crashed into the rear quarter-panel of the car. The driver had just made a left turn into the West campus entrance and did not see the cyclist coming eastbound before the two collided. The cyclist had visible scrapes on his hand, complained of shoulder pain and his bike frame was damaged. He and the driver exchanged information and he was taken to the nurse’s office.

Sept. 17
A motorcyclist was knocked off his bike when a car collided into him at the West campus entrance. The motorcyclist was heading east on Cliff Dr. and made a right turn into campus moments before the car driver made a left turn into campus and crossed into his lane. The motorcyclist, who had visible scrapes on his hands and bloody knuckles, was taken to the nurse’s office for further evaluation. His motorcycle was severely damaged.

A student in the Administration building reportedly began shouting profanities during class, and accused his classmates of drinking the night before and not taking class seriously. The incident occurred after the instructor asked if anyone would like to share his or her homework assignment with the class. When the teacher asked the student to calm down he complied, but he later left class early. The instructor informed security that when he checked his roster after class he could not find anyone registered under the student’s name.