At 11:34 p.m. on Nov. 15, an 18-year-old female student reported she was receiving several threatening messages on Snapchat. The subject also was calling her through Snapchat. He was a non-student and was sending her obscene messages. When contacted, he said he had gotten her information off of Bumble. The student disabled her accounts.
At 6 a.m. on Nov. 18, an 18-year-old female student reported her 19-year-old roommate came home drunk and was being very loud. When asked to be quiet, the roommate continued. There were gestures exchanged suggesting a fight, but friends got them away from each other before an assault ensued. The 18-year-old female has moved out of the dorm.
At 4:20 p.m. on Nov. 17, an 18-year-old female student reported she found a fake parking ticket on her windshield in J-3 Lot. She said she was afraid someone may have been targeting her vehicle.
At 5:06 p.m. on Nov. 20, a 25-year-old female student reported a 26-year-old male student was sending her messages saying he was going to kill her, was going to damage her vehicle, come to her apartment and was going to file fake police reports on her. The situation has been turned over to a detective for follow-up.
At 12:21 a.m. on Nov. 16, a 21-year-old female student reported a 20-year-old male student had been staring at her and her friend for a long time at the Ryder Center while they were working out. Officers spoke with the male student and found that he wanted to talk to her, but couldn’t work up the nerve. He was told to stop staring at them.
At 3:50 p.m. on Nov. 21, a 21-year-old female student reported she observed a 24-year-old male student who she went to high school with in Gilbertson Hall looking at her. She had prior problems with him in high school and reported to police that he was here stalking her. He confirmed that he was a student and was told to have no contact with her while attending school.
Safety Tip from Campus Police:
With the holidays coming up, make sure that you are locking your vehicles, and if you stay on campus, make sure that your doors are locked and your valuables are secured.