62-year-old SBCC student arrested for possession of meth



Sept. 24 – 11:38 p.m.

Three City College students were arrested after triggering a motion alarm in the Humanities Sculpture Garden while being under the influence of alcohol. The students, two male and one female, were in the yard because one of the students said they knew how to get into the yard and over the roof. The two males were of age to be drinking, but the female was underage. The Santa Barbara Police Department made contact with the students, and proceeded to arrest them.

Sept. 24 – 8:00 p.m.

A bike was stolen from a bike rack near the Interdisciplinary Building sometime between 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. after the student left the bike unlocked. He said that he left the $200 bike unlocked because he was late for a test. The student was advised to make a report with the Santa Barbara Police Department.

Sept. 25 – 7:45 p.m.

A woman reported to security that she was assaulted by a male student while she was at the Winslow Maxwell Overlook on West Campus. The suspect grabbed her by the elbows and she responded by shouting at him to let her go. The victim used her elbows to get him away from her. When security contacted the suspect he stated that he wanted her attention to ask her the time. The woman didn’t want to press charges, and the student was referred to the dean of student discipline.

Sept. 29 – 2:25 p.m.

A student’s laptop and backpack were stolen from the Luria Library between 1:00 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. The student put the $1,200 laptop in his backpack underneath a desk on the first floor of the library. He went to get food, and when he returned the items were gone. The student was referred to the Santa Barbara Police Department.

Oct. 1 – 12:30 a.m.

A 62-year-old student was arrested on multiple charges and his car was impounded after being found under the influence of a drug and in possession of meth, live ammunition, and stolen property. He was in his car in Parking Lot 4-B on West Campus after 11:00 p.m., and was warned several times by security that he was not allowed to park on campus at that time. The Santa Barbara Police Department was called to the scene, and they spoke to the man and searched his car. The man was arrested for having at least one warrant out for his arrest and being under influence of controlled substance. He was also charged with the possession of meth with the intent to distribute, the possession of stolen property, and the possession of live ammunition on campus.