Several items stolen from LFC

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Several items stolen from LFC

Brooke Holland, Staff Writer

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March 14 – 1:55 p.m.

A male student verbally assaulted a security officer after being issued a parking citation in Lot 1 – A. The man approached her and aggressively requested she dismiss the ticket, but she refused. He repeatedly said she was “retarded” and “stupid.” A second permit officer responded and made contact. The security workers got the disruptive student’s name before he drove away. He received referral to the dean of student discipline for his consequence.

March 17 – 4 p.m.

Three homeless individuals were found intoxicated at the Winslow Maxwell Overlook. Santa Barbara Police Department informed the weekend campus security officers regarding one unresponsive man. An ambulance arrived and transported the disorderly man to Cottage Hospital. Another individual was cited with having an open alcohol container.

March 19 – 12:31 p.m.

A woman’s backpack was reported stolen from the short-term storage cubbies at the Life Fitness Center front entrance. Multiple items were taken including a MacBook Pro and a wallet containing credit cards and cash. She informed a staff member about the missing items. When campus security officers arrived, they encouraged the student to file a report to Santa Barbara Police Department. The items have not been located.

March 19 – 1 p.m.

A wallet was reported stolen at the Life Fitness Center. It was last seen in the open storage cubbies by the front entrance. Security workers advised the individual to file a police report for the missing property.

March 20 – 11:50 a.m.

A student suffered from a seizure at the West Campus Snack Shop. He collapsed onto the ground and bled severely after biting his lips. A nearby maintenance staff worker and a trained Emergency Medical Technician student responded quickly to assist the convulsing man. Campus security officers responded and fire department rescue workers arrived. An ambulance transported him to Cottage Hospital.

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