Female SRJC Students Report Man Taking Pictures In Campus Bathroom StallA man took photos or a video of two women in a bathroom stall on the Santa Rosa Junior College's southwest campus Tuesday night, SRJC District police said.
Santa Rosa Junior College Football Coach Charged With Murder In DUI CrashA Santa Rosa Junior College assistant football coach has been charged with murder in the death of a Sonoma State student in a suspected DUI crash.
Chihuahua Pup With 2 Broken Legs Found In Dumpster At Santa Rosa CollegeA Chihuahua puppy with two broken front legs was found abandoned in a dumpster on the Santa Rosa Junior College campus.
2 Aspiring Santa Rosa Junior College Football Players Ordered To Stand Trial For Shooting That Left Woman ParalyzedTwo aspiring Santa Rosa Junior College football players were ordered Monday to stand trial in connection with a shooting at a motel that left a woman paralyzed.
Man Stabbed Near Santa Rosa Junior College After Argument Over Car Door 'Ding'An 18-year-old man was getting out of his car when his door accidentally struck the side of the vehicle parked next to his. The occupants in the vehicle, got out, flashed gang signals, punched and stabbed the victim.
Former Santa Rosa Campus Cop Guilty Of Stealing $150K From Parking Machines; Wife Charged As AccessoryA former Santa Rosa Junior College police officer pleaded guilty Wednesday to stealing more than $150,000 in parking machine money at the college and possessing stolen property, while his wife is being charged as an accessory.
Santa Rosa Junior College Student Pleads Not Guilty To Rape Of ClassmateA Santa Rosa Junior College student pleaded not guilty Wednesday in Sonoma County Superior Court to sexually assaulting a female student on campus.
Student Raped At Santa Rosa Junior College; Classmate ArrestedSanta Rosa police arrested a 30-year-old man on Monday suspected of sexually assaulting a student at Santa Rosa Junior College last week.
Some Bay Area Community Colleges Inundated With RegistrantsMonday was the first day that many Bay Area students could register for fall classes at community colleges.