Harassment continues to rampage at City College

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PATRICK MARAVELIAS, Channels Staff

March 19 – 4:45 p.m.

A female student notified Campus Security that her ex-boyfriend had been stalking her. The male in question is not a City College student, but has shown up to campus numerous times to harass and threaten her, including death threats. On March 19, the male showed up to her class and refused to leave after being asked numerous times. By the time the female had alerted security the man had left campus. The Santa Barbara Police Department was called and a report has been filed.

March 20 – 4:30 p.m.

Security received a report that a fenced-in maintenance storage area outside of Parking Lot 5-1 had been broken into. The thieves broke the lock on the gate and stole two generators and a paint sprayer, valued at roughly $6,000. The identity of the thieves is not known.

March 23 – 11:15 a.m.

A City College student informed Campus Security that on March 16 she was harassed by two men in a City College golf cart as she was walking across West Campus. The men made several sexually aggressive comments towards the student, who reported it to security the following Monday. Further investigation regarding the identity of these men is being conducted.

March 24 – 11:40 a.m.

Security received a report from a male student that his bike had been stolen from the racks outside Physical Science Building Room 101. The student reported that he locked the bike there at roughly 8 a.m. and when he returned at 11:30 a.m. it was missing. The bike is a newer road bike valued around $520, and was secured with a cable lock.

March 25 – 1:10 p.m.

Security received a report regarding an assault that took place in Parking Lot 1-B. The male student reported that he was skateboarding through the parking lot when another student came up behind him and kicked the board out from under his feet. The two students had allegedly been involved in a separate altercation off-campus before this occurred. The victim suffered minor injuries to his palms, and made the report after being treated by health services. His attacker has been referred for student discipline.