At 5:08 p.m. on Oct. 4, a 19-yearold female student called and reported that her roommate’s ex-boyfriend had been trying to contact her on Facebook. She blocked him, and then he found her Instagram. He messaged her and let her know that he was looking for her and was outside of her apartment. She was not on campus at the time but was concerned he would come back, so she reported the incident. He was contacted and told not to come to campus again.
Minor in possession
At 2 a.m. on Oct. 5, officers were called by two female students who advised that their friend had been drinking and was now in her room vomiting. They said she had been drinking with a male friend, and they were concerned that he might have sexually assaulted her. They made contact with the female, and she denied any sexual assault. The male also said that nothing happened. He was given a trespass letter, and the female’s situation was turned over to Student Conduct Programs for review.
At 10 p.m. on Oct. 6, two 20-yearold female roommates indicated that there was a male subject living in their dorm with their other roommate. They advised that they had an argument, and the roommate left. The male began to pack his things and leave. The two females locked the door behind him and said that he came back several times trying to get back into the apartment. They were concerned that he might try and come back another day, so they reported it. He was advised to not come back to campus.
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