Campus Security Being Questioned at UTB by Students


POSTED: Friday, October 21, 2011 - 9:35am

UPDATED: Monday, October 24, 2011 - 7:27pm

BROWNSVILLE - The suspect, who sexually assaulted a UTB student at a campus parking lot, is expected to be arraigned in the coming days.

Police say, that this past Tuesday, a female student was sexually assaulted by a man she met through the internet a few weeks ago. According to a press release, the alleged assault took place inside the victim's vehicle at a campus parking lot and the incident has many questioning campus security.

UTB freshman Jessica Alaniz said, "I walk to the REC at six in the morning and I don't see any cops patrolling the area at all. I'm walking a long distance and what if someone comes up from behind the bushes and attacks me? Who's going to help me, I mean, there's the stands with the buttons, but who's going to come in like five seconds? UTB Professor James Telese stated, " I feel that the security is at a high level at UTB. I believe that this incident is just one of those things."

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It's not the UTB campus fault she was assulted. Who's Idea was it to be online giving out you personal information. Plus on another report I read that she invited him here. And that the assult happened in her car after she let him in. This is just the classic case of "you're more atractive in the picture than in person, so I changed my mind on that encounter. Sorry for making you drive all the way down to Brownsville." The guy was clearly not gonna go back home with blue balls.

was sexually assaulted by a man she met through the internet a few weeks ago.

WHO'S fault is it? Not the Campus Security!

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