University Security Alerts
University Security and the Office of Equal Opportunity and Title IX are investigating multiple bias reports that have occurred on campus in the past couple of months. More recently, three incidents occurred between April 6 – 7, 2019. All of the incidents involve racial slurs being yelled at pedestrians by people in vehicles driving by the campus. One incident involved the display and discharge of what is believed to be an air soft or paint ball gun. The incidents have occurred at various hours of the day and night and involve several different vehicle descriptions.
On 04/15/2019 University Security received a report of two sexual assaults that occurred on Saturday, April 13th perpetrated by the same suspect again two victims. The assaults occurred at Stadium Heights Residence Community. The victims reported knowing the suspect. University Officials are investigating.
On 04/13/2019 University Security received a report of a sexual assault that occurred in Crawford Residence Community during the early morning hours of Saturday, April 13th. The victim reported knowing the suspect. University Officials are investigating.
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Daily Crime and Fire Log
Daily Crime and Fire Log previous 60 days as of 4/26/2019.
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