Volume X Issue JZ
April 9, 2014
A.S. elections held this week. Find out
more about the candiates on pages 8-9.
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FC women's restrooms have
received multiple disturbing
visits by a male suspect.
Two incidents were reported of a male
suspect entering a women's restroom on
campus and peering under occupied stalls
in the last two weeks.
Both incidents occurred on the second
floor of the 400 building.
The most recent incident happened last
Thursday at approximately 8:25 p.m. A
male suspect entered the restroom and
attempted to look under the occupied stall.
The suspect is male, with dark hair and
dark shoes, possibly navy.
The first incident happened on
Thursday, March 20 at approximately 6:40
p.m. in the same restroom. The suspect
ailso attempted to peek under the occupied
stall. The description of the suspect is
male, Asian, between 20-25 years old,
short dark hair, wearing a red shirt and
Campus Safety has already put out
timely warnings to alert everyone on
campus. They are taking precautions
and cannot give out details since it is an
Campus Safety Coordinator Jim
McKamy advises students to be aware of
your location and have a clear description
of the suspect ready and to contact
Campus Safety if necessary.
"Have the emergency number of
Campus Safety saved on your cellphone"
McKamy said. "Watch your surroundings
and call if you see anything suspicious."
With these warnings in mind, female
students may feel a little less secure while
"This is both disgusting and alarming. I
have pepper spray that I carry with me on
my keys," said Hannah Dodson, art history
major. "I usually only take it out when I
walk to mycar but now I'll carry it around
with me all the time:'
Responses from female students
regarding this have been of disgust and
If the suspect is revealed to be a student,
he will be turned in to the dean of student
services but if he is not a student, he will
be turned in to the Fullerton Police.
If you see anyone who matches the
description of the suspect, contact
Campus Safety at (714) 992-7080.