Crime Log – Vol 53 Issue 5, Dec. 1, 2017

Campus Safety and Security can be reached at (206) 546-4633. Additionally, they are located in the basement of the PUB in Room 5102 (it’s a separate door from Workforce Education).

NOT AN EFFECTIVE WAY TO CURB UNDERAGE SMOKING

9:32 a.m., Nov. 14, West Parking Lot by 1600 Building

A student kicked and broke a cigarette receptacle. No word yet if it was due to the Surgeon General has finally snapped and started hiring passive-aggressive goons. Security.

BUS STOP ENCOUNTER

7:50 p.m., Nov. 20, Bus Stop

According to the campus security report:

Security found a man asleep at the bus stop. When awoken, he appeared disoriented. Security told him where he was, and informed him he should get on the next bus because of the cold temperature.

When he would not leave, security called the King County Sheriff’s Office, and the Metro Transit Police arrived. The man said he couldn’t breathe. Medical responders arrived and found no indication of respiratory issues.

The man was informed that he had multiple warrants and was going to be taken to jail once his medical issues were addressed. The man said he had been raped in the wooded area at the southeast corner of the SCC campus, and the perpetrator was a man named “D.” Police and security were unable to find evidence of a sexual assault at the location the man indicated and on his person, but police took the man to Harborview Medical Center to undergo a rape kit.

He told the medics from Shoreline Fire he had used “dope,” earlier that day, adding he was not referring to marijuana.

VOYEURISM

9:30 a.m., Nov. 21, 1800 Building

Another report of someone looking into an occupied stall in the all-gender bathrooms.

“SCC is taking these reports seriously and there is a group discussing possible modifications to the restroom stalls in the all-gender restrooms,” said Mariko Kakiuchi, SCC’s Title IX Coordinator.

ILOST

1:30 p.m., Nov. 21, PUB

An SCC iPad was reported lost.

DRUGS, MAYBE

2:30 p.m., Nov. 22, 2000 Building

Aluminum foil with burnt marks on it. Due to it potentially having been used as drug paraphernalia, foot and vehicle patrols are being increased in the area. Not that it matters, cuz none of you guys are dumb enough to do drugs actually on campus, right?

NOT QUITE STREET ART

8:45 p.m., Nov. 22, 2900 Building

A wall in the bathroom was damaged, and graffiti was found.

NOT SO SHELTERED

1 a.m., Nov. 25, Bus Stop South of PUB

A bus shelter window was smashed.

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