Incident report- Porn, murder, and theft

Rachel Urbach

RUcrimereport

Oct. 27

At approximately 12:30 p.m. on the West Campus bluffs, security responded to reports of a female student and her boyfriend arguing with a man that was bothering them. The man had apparently demanded that the boyfriend get off his cell phone, and was escorted off campus by security. Security later discovered that the man was not a student at City College.

Oct. 28

At approximately 3:30 p.m. security received complaints that a man in the Campus Center lobby was watching pornography on his laptop. A woman observed the man for about 10 minutes. After security arrived, the suspect was compliant when asked to shut down the Web sites that were run off campus wi-fi and admitted to having a porn addiction. He also said he was seeking help and that he would not do it again.

Oct. 29

Security received a call from the Student Services Building stating that a student made comments threatening great bodily harm against random people. A tutor for the program was concerned when she heard the student say, “When I do math I contemplate murder and people don’t think I’m serious, but I am. No one in particular because I know no one is to blame.”

The student added that he had spoken to counselors but no one took him seriously. The health and wellness offices had no record of the student attending any of their services.

Oct. 30

A complaint about people selling stereo equipment from the trunk of a vehicle – in the parking lot across from Leadbetter Beach – was received at around 3 p.m. to security. Two men were asked for identification, and permission to sell that type of equipment on campus grounds. The driver had an expired license from Nevada, while the passenger had a valid license from Utah. The two men were able to present security with invoices from their items before leaving campus.

Oct. 30

A professor in the Business Communication building reported an information theft when he found a CD containing exam information from the CD-drive in his computer. A white board normally on his wall was found on the floor. The mouse for his computer was not on its charger and a pen was found wedged in the door of his desk. No suspects have been found.