This week’s crime: text threats and foul-mouthed parents

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Rian Noel Pitts-Lopez, Staff Writer

Sept. 9 – 10:18 a.m.

Security immobilized a vehicle with a boot device in Lot 5-4 for misusing a handicapped placard.

Sept. 12 – 11:37 a.m.

Security immobilized a vehicle with a boot device in Lot 2C for misusing a handicapped placard.

Sept. 12 – 12:15 p.m.

Security immobilized a vehicle with a boot device for misusing a handicapped placard.

Sept. 15 – 12:30 p.m.  

A City College employee made a report to security about an irate parent at La Playa Stadium who was causing difficulties for them during a Youth Football League event. The event coordinator asked the parent to enforce the regulations for children on the sideline. The parent responded negatively, using foul language, which prompted the employee to call to security. When several security officers arrived to resolve the situation, several other parents began confronting the officers, also using foul language.

Sept. 17 – Between 6:45 a.m – 8:00 a.m.

Security was notified of property damage along the exterior stairwell of the Administration Building, by the Facilities Department, regarding several exterior lights and fixtures. A total of three light poles were damaged.

Sept. 17 – 11:10 a.m.  

Security received a report of an off-campus threat made by a non-student towards a male City College student. The male student sent a message to a female student via instagram, who is the girlfriend of the non-student who made the threats. The message from the male student was asking the female student if she wanted to meet up to study for a class, however when her boyfriend saw the message he was reportedly angry about the male student asking his girlfriend for a “study date.” The non-student then sent messages to the male student threatening to “whoop [his] a**.” Another message read “I’ve been meaning to break some legs lately.”