Crime Alert Bulletin
Off-Campus Assault 10/25/07
On 10-24-07 at approximately 6:30 AM, three female students were jogging north in the 500 blk of Fillmore St. At that time the females observed a subject walking towards them on the opposite side of the street. When the subject came parallel to the females, he cut across the street towards the runners. The subject grabbed one female by the shoulders. The other two females yelled at the subject to let her go. The subject let the runner go and ran southbound on Fillmore St.
The subject was wearing a dark hooded sweatshirt and dark sweat pants. The hood was pulled tight against his face. The females were unable to get a look at the subject's face. The subject was approximately six feet tall and was of medium build. The females did not know what race the subject may have been. The females then ran back to campus. The incident took place off campus.
It can be assumed this incident could pose a threat to members and guests of the campus community. It is the duty of the University Police Department to warn our community to any possible incident that could pose a threat. At this time, police are not aware of any other similar incident. Please carefully consider whether your presence at or near this area while unaccompanied could place you in danger. The public is reminded to always attempt to stay in well lit areas and use a buddy system. If you have to be in this area, please be vigilant and avoid using devices which may distract you or hamper your ability to hear what is happening around you.
Please forward this notice to your colleagues and fellow students. If you have any information regarding this incident, please contact University Police at 325.942.2071. This notice is being distributed in compliance with the Clery Act and in conjunction with your Campus Watch program.