Female harassment and bike theft bring police to City College

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JESSIKA KARLSSON, Channels Staff

Nov. 4 – 3:20 p.m.

A female student called 911 after her ex-boyfriend harassed her inside the West Campus Snack Shop. Santa Barbara Police Department officers notified Campus Security and the male, who is not a student, was let go with a warning. Police and Security informed him to stay away from the female and to not enter campus again.

Nov. 8 – 10:45 a.m.

A female student reported to Campus Security that a man was harassing and threatening her inside the Business and Communication Building. The dean of student discipline is currently investigating the matter.

Nov. 10 – 5 p.m.

A male student reported to Campus Security that he had spotted what he believes was his bike, which was stolen sometime in September. Security locked the bike with a new lock to see if someone would claim the bike. No one came forward and Campus Security’s next step was to contact the police who will take possession of the bike. The student stated that the bike was taken from the bike racks outside the Cartwright Learning Resource Center between September 12 and 26 but that he never filed a report of the theft.