On Sunday, Sept. 19, at 8:10 p.m., an officer was dispatched to Travers Hall and met with the CA on a report of a simple assault.
The CA stated that a student was on a computer in a room looking at a Web site about T-shirts and left to get his credit card in order to purchase the T-shirts. A student watching television in the room decided to pull a prank and logged out of the Web site.
The first student returned to the room, became angry to see the webpage closed and proceeded to hit the victim numerous times in the arm and face.
Lions EMS was called in to treat the student for injuries to the nose.
Campus Police advised the victim that he could press charges and obtain a temporary restraining order.
The victim replied he would think about it for a couple days. There is no more information at this time.
On Monday, Sept. 20, at 1:15 p.m., a female student filed a report saying her ex-boyfriend had been posting harassing statements on his internet journal.
He would post messages saying that she should kill herself and that he has true hatred for her.
She felt intimidated and worried and provided the police with a print out copy and a disk copy of the threats. There is no further information at this time.
On Wednesday, Sept. 15, at 2 p.m., a female student came into Campus Police headquarters to report harassment.
She said that while jogging on Saturday, Sept. 10 on Metzger Drive near Lot 9, someone was suspiciously following her in a car.
The person slowed down behind her, pulled along side her and asked several questions that made her uncomfortable.
She then jogged towards the center of campus.
A female friend of the initial student had previously experienced a similar incident.
She said she was followed on three occasions by a light-skinned black male driving a dark green, two-door Toyota Camry, with license plate PTK46B.
The suspect is a black male with a light complexion, age 18-25, with thick corn-rows in his hair. If the suspect or car is seen on campus, please call Campus Police.
On Saturday, Sept. 18, at 6:40 p.m., a female student reported damage to her car in Lot 9 on the third level.
She reported that when she returned to her vehicle, someone put a note on her car about her bad parking job, put gum on her windshield, and scratched the word “ASS” in the driver’s side rear quarter-panel, damaging the paint.
She said the car beside hers was parked crooked in two spaces, making her parking job crooked as well.