September 05, 2008
Public Safety Blotter
Students report bias incidents on campusAt approximately 10 p.m. on Aug. 23, students reported to public safety that the occupants of a red Ford Explorer yelled racial slurs at them. The students also reported that the occupants threw a rock that missed the students, and resulted in no injuries.
At approximately 10:54 p.m. on Aug. 28, a student reported that occupants of an SUV driving on University Avenue shouted racial slurs, public safety reports indicate.
Public safety reports that at approximately 11:19 p.m. on Aug. 28, racial slurs were shouted by the occupants of a green Jeep Cherokee.
On Aug. 28, a student reported that the occupants of a green Jeep Cherokee were tailgating and shouting slurs, according to public safety.
A faculty member reported hearing racial slurs on University Avenue at approximately 9 p.m. on Aug. 28, public safety reports said.
Public safety indicates that on Aug. 30, a red Ford Explorer was stopped for investigation regarding previous racial incidents on campus.
On September 2nd, public safety received information regarding females being harassed by occupants of a red SUV on Aug. 23.
A female was harassed by occupants of a green Jeep Cherokee on Aug. 30, public safety reported.
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