Lewd comments, parking misbehavior and beer at campus

Travis Pastori

April 18

Monday, 10:30 a.m.

Campus Security received a report from the East Campus parking kiosk about disruptive behavior. According to the report, a student requested a parking pass for the Human Resource Center and was unable to meet the requirements. The student told the kiosk worker he had something to drop off but didn’t have anything in his vehicle. He began swearing and insulting the kiosk worker when he was denied the pass and then drove off. Moments later he drove by shouting more insults.

April 19

Tuesday, 9:35 a.m.

Campus Security received a call from DSPS about an abusive student. A student was using a computer for purposes unrelated to school when a technical assistant asked him to leave. The student became angry and started shouting. As he stood up to leave he pushed his chair back and slammed it into the assistant. Campus Security later identified the student who has dropped all of his classes.

April 25

Monday, 2:25 a.m.

A graveyard officer for Campus Security was driving down Cliff Drive and noticed a couple of bicyclists who looked upset and stopped to talk with them. According to the report the cyclists told the officer that there were some people on the stairway leading up to East Campus from Montecito Street who had just harassed them. They said a gun was mentioned and so the officer called the police. Police and Campus Security officers found five people half way up the staircase with a few cases of beer. No gun was found but one person was arrested on an outstanding warrant.

April 26

Tuesday, 9 a.m.

Campus Security received a complaint from a female student from the West Campus job fair that two people were making lewd comments. An officer responded and observed two men staring and making disrespectful facial expressions to women who were passing by. According to the report, the officer approached and asked for identification that showed they were students. Neither provided their full names and they were asked to leave campus.