CAMPUS COMMUNITY ALERT
THIS BULLETIN IS BEING POSTED TO ADVISE YOU OF AN INCIDENT THAT CONCERNS THE SAFETY OF THE MIRACOSTA COLLEGE COMMUNITY. PLEASE TAKE ALL NECESSARY PRECAUTIONS.
On Thursday November 20, 2014 at 2:30 pm, unknown male subject appeared to be under the influence and approached a female student in parking lot 2-B of the Oceanside campus as she was getting a water bottle out of her vehicle’s trunk. Subject asked for .50 cents for the parking permit machine. As the victim gave him the .50 cents, he got close to her and asked her personal questions then asked her if she wanted to smoke some “weed”. Subject hugged the victim and attempted to kiss her. Victim broke away and yelled at the subject. Subject then turned and walked away.
This subject is considered a threat to the community. If seen, do not attempt to contact, please notify MiraCosta College Police immediately (760) 795-6640 or 6911 from any campus phone.
Hispanic male adult, approximately 20 years of age, approximately 5’-06” in height, 160 Lbs. The subject additionally had a buzz-style hair cut with brown hair and was wearing a burnt orange jacket and jeans.
College Police will be providing extra patrol during afternoon and evening hours. Please consider the following safety tips:
MiraCosta College employs Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) certified police officers whose peace officer authority extends throughout California. The members of the MiraCosta College Police Department (MCPD) are responsible for protecting life and property on or near any property owned or controlled by the MiraCosta Community College District.
MCPD is responsible for the coordination of Emergency Preparedness for the District. MCPD also provides other services to students, staff, and faculty including:
Our mission is to work as a team and in partnership with the community to provide MiraCosta college with the most professional, effective police and safety services possible, always keeping in mind ethical standards, constitutional safeguards, and respect for the human dignity of all persons.
San Elijo Campus
Campus Police/Parking Kiosk
Community Learning Center
Police Department, #23
1 Barnard Drive
Oceanside, CA 92056