Police Investigate Sexual Assault At Skyline College

SAN BRUNO (CBS SF) — Police in San Bruno are searching for a man they say sexually assaulted a woman in a Skyline College classroom on Tuesday night.

Officers responded to the community college campus at 3300 College Drive after receiving a report of an assault around 8:30 p.m., according to the San Bruno Police Department.

The female victim told police she was alone in a classroom when a man entered the room and sexually assaulted her, police said.

The suspect fled the room following the assault, police said.

The assailant was described as a white male between 25 and 30 years old with an athletic build and a tattoo or scar on his neck. He was around 5 feet 11 inches tall, police said.

Students and faculty members have been informed of the assault by the San Mateo County Community College District.

Anyone with information regarding the attack is urged to contact the San Bruno Police Department’s investigative services section at (650) 616-7100.

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  • Milan Moravec

    Every qualified California student should get a place in University of California system. That’s a desirable goal for a public university. However, UC Berkeley Chancellor Robert Birgeneau displaces Californians qualified for education at Cal. with $50,600 tuition Foreigners.
    UC tuition increases exceed the national average rate of increase. The University of California Board Of Regents jeopardizes Californians attending higher education by making UC the most expensive public university in the United States.
    Self-serving tuition increases are used by UC President Mark Yudof to increase the pay of 80,000 eligible faculty and others. Payoffs like these point to higher operating costs and still higher tuition for Californians. Instate tuition consumes 14% of Ca. Median Family Income!
    I agree that faculty in higher education and senior management, like Yudof and Birgeneau, should consider the students’ welfare and put it high on their values.
    Deeds unfortunately do not bear out the students’ welfare values of campus senior management and the UC Board of Regents.
    Opinions to UC Board of Regents, email marsha.kelman@ucop.edu

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