A male non-student was detained by University Police Saturday Dec.2 after a female student walking to her car said the man made sexualcomments and grabbed his genitals.
At around 8:45 a.m., the student was walking in Parking StructureIII, level 3, when she passed a man who she said started making lewdcomments to her and grabbing himself through his pants. She calledthe University Police who arrived and contacted the man in PS III.
After interviewing the man, police detained him for furtherquestioning. He was released because police said although the man’sbehavior was disruptive, the student did not want to press charges.He was told to leave university property.
Although the man was not charged with any crime, police said hisbehavior merits caution for the public. The man is described as awhite male in his 40s with brown hair and blue eyes. Anyone whowitnesses lewd conduct should contact University Police at 594-1991.
Student arrested for residence hall vandalism
University Police arrested an 18-year-old student for allegedlytearing down a bulletin board in the Maya Residence Hall at 6051Lindo Paseo on Sunday, Dec. 3. According to police, a witnessreported seeing Chester Sheehan, 18, tearing down a bulletin boardwith a screwdriver. The witness saw Sheehan leave the building wherepolice caught up with him. He was cited and released.
Police log The following incidents were logged by University Police between Monday, Nov. 27 through Sunday, Dec. 3. Battery Bikes/skateboards on campus Burglary Consuming alcohol in public Disorderly conduct Disturbing the peace Elevator calls Fire on campus Fraternity noise complaint calls Grand thefts Hit-and-run Illegal parking Indecent exposure Lost/stolen parking permits Minors in possession of alcohol Annoying/obscene/threatening phone calls Petty thefts Possession of drugs Public intoxication Sexual assault Suspicious persons Suspicious vehicles Traffic collision Trespassing Traffic stops Vandalism Vehicle thefts 1 1 5 6 4 9 3 1 6 2 4 1 1 4 5 1 5 3 1 2 26 4 1 1 43 2 3
Editor’s Note: Suspects are innocent until proven guilty.Information is obtained from police records.