Crime overview: Locker break-ins, harassment and domestic dispute

Brian Kelly, Staff Writer

Jan. 30 – 1:30 p.m.

A student reported that she was verbally harassed by a woman in the restrooms. The woman allegedly insulted the student, who believes the incident was racially motivated, reportedly saying “I feel unpleasant when I see people like you.” Security conducted a search but was unable to locate the woman. It is unknown if the woman is a student at City College. 

Feb. 3 – 4:05 p.m. 

Campus Security received a report of a car accident on West Campus. Two vehicles were waiting to make a right turn onto Cliff Drive when the vehicle in front was struck from behind. There were no injuries and both drivers stayed on the scene to exchange information.

Feb. 6 – 3:50 p.m.

Campus Security discovered damage to a student’s car after an apparent collision in the West Campus parking lot. The damage appeared to have been caused by a vehicle parked in the spot next to the victim’s car and was corroborated by a note left on the student’s car. 

Feb. 10 – 1:40 p.m.

A City College employee called security to report a domestic incident in progress. The call came from the Student Services Center where a verbal altercation occurred between an employee and her boyfriend. The incident did not turn physical and the boyfriend left before security arrived at the scene. 

Feb. 12 – 11:35 a.m.

Physical Education staff found evidence of attempted break-ins to several lockers in the men’s locker room. One student’s lock was damaged to the point it was unable to be opened; no items were missing from that locker. The second locker was missing its lock completely, and the student says it appears their bag was rifled through although nothing was taken. No other damage was discovered at that time.

Feb. 13 – 8 a.m.

A student found several items missing from their locker. The student says the locker was secured, but no lock was found in the area. Among the items missing are a pair of Lebron James basketball shoes and a pair of shorts. The incident is possibly related to the break-ins reported on the previous day. Since the incident involves lockers it is not considered burglary, said Director of Security Erik Fricke. It is up to the students involved whether they wish to report the stolen items to the police.