November 5 Police Blotter

Student hit, injured by vehicle
A female City College student was struck by a four door Sedan in front of the Arts Extension on Cloud Circle around 10 a.m. on Nov. 4, according to campus police. According to campus police, the victim sustained no major injuries, but did complain of pain to her leg. She was was transported to SF General Hospital for further evaluation. The driver of the other vehicle, who was also a City College student, was cited and his vehicle was towed because he was allegedly driving without a license.

Sex acts reported in Cloud Hall
Campus police reported two individuals were alledgedly performing sexual activities in a men’s bathroom stall on the second floor of Cloud Hall on Oct. 22. Officers were dispatched after a student walked into the bathroom around 4 p.m. and saw a male student peeping over a stall at two males, both repeat offenders, allegedly performing sexual acts. A citizen’s arrest was made for one of the violators, while another was just scolded. Narcotics and paraphernalia were allegedly found on the individual arrested; according to the officers, the arrested individual also allegedly smelled of alcohol and was intoxicated.

Student strikes faculty member
According to campus police, a faculty member was struck on the head in Conlan Hall by a student who claimed she was hearing voices in her head on Oct. 16. The faculty member sustained minor injuries and required no further medical attention. The student was transported to SF General and detained for a 72 hour psychological evaluation.

Bicycle rack damaged in crash
A student driving through Cloud Circle on Oct. 16 crashed of his car near Ram Plaza, damaging a bike rack. Officer Christian Smith responded to the scene at about 8 a.m., finding there were no injuries to report, excluding the damage to the bike rack. The rack was hit when the student lost control of the vehicle by allegedly hitting the wrong pedal at the wrong time, according to campus police.

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