An injury was reported to Campus Safety on Oct. 21 at 1:40 p.m. at the Captain’s Table, in a culinary arts class.
The incident happened the day before on Oct. 20 between 3 p.m. and 8 p.m.
The victim stated she pulled a muscle in her right arm during the class.
She said it wasn’t until 9 a.m. the next day that the bicep muscle in her left arm started hurting. The student stated she wasn’t going to get any further medical attention, she just wanted to document the incident, said Chief of Campus Safety John Farmer.
An alleged harassment was reported on Oct. 19 at 11:30 a.m. in Adams Avenue Parking Lot for an incident that happened at 9:20 a.m.
The victim was a female student who said she parked her car in the north side of the Adams Avenue Parking Lot. She was walking south toward the campus and noticed a man walking behind her. She identified the man as a white male and around 30 to 36 years old.
The victim stated the man made comments such as “damn look at that butt,” and made kissing noises.
When she reached the Chemistry building the subject continued to the coffee cart and purchased a coffee. He was last seen walking toward the Journalism building. Campus Safety was unable to identify the male due to how late the incident was reported, Farmer said.
A windshield was allegedly damaged by a baseball on Oct. 19 at noon in the Adams Avenue Parking Lot.
The damaged car was a white Honda CRV SUV and owned by a female student. She stated she parked in Adams Avenue Parking Lot and when she returned to her vehicle she noticed her front windshield was damaged by what she thought was a baseball.
She was given the number to Risk Services at the district to get compensated for her windshield, Farmer said.
Three male students and one female student were reported alone in Technology Room 151 on Oct. 15 at 5:20 p.m. Two of the students were identified by a Campus Safety officer but the other two were unidentified.
The officer stated that he entered the building from the south side to perform an interior check of the building and came across room 151. The door was not latched to the lock position as a chord was keeping the door from locking, he said.
He entered the room and found the four students doing classwork without an instructor present. When he asked what they were doing in there they claimed the instructor had just stepped out for lunch. He advised the students that they were not allowed to be in the room without an instructor present.
The officer stepped out to the other room to get an instructor to supervise the students. When the officer came back he found that the students had vacated the room in a hurry, leaving school computers on, the door unlatched and the chord still attached to the door, Farmer said.
— The Crime Blotter was compiled by Semaza Azhak from Campus Safety reports.