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Anne Arundel Community College complies with the "Jeanne Clery Campus Safety Act" by informing the campus community of recent criminal activity and safety concerns in a timely manner. The college maintains a safe environment for students to learn, for faculty to teach and for administration and staff to work, by increasing awareness of crimes committed on campus.

If you have any information relating to any of these crimes, please call the AACC Public Safety and Police Department at 410-777-1818 or the Anne Arundel County Police Department at 410-222-6145. You may also use the "Silent Witness" feature to send the information anonymously.





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ANNE ARUNDEL COMMUNITY COLLEGE

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY & POLICE

CRIME ALERTS
Most Recent Updates

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 May 12, 2016; AACOPD #2016-717460; DPSP #2016-000581

The Anne Arundel Community College Department of Public Safety & Police was notified by the Anne Arundel County Police Department, that on May 12, 2016, at approximately 8:40 PM, an adult female student, who had just left the campus voluntarily with an adult male acquaintance who had come to pick her up after class, assaulted her in his vehicle while driving on College Parkway near the campus.  The victim was able to safely exit the vehicle and contacted 911 while she walked back to campus.  County Police and Campus Police responded and located the victim in the area of Campus Drive and College Parkway.  The suspect in this incident is known to the victim and criminal charges are pending by the Anne Arundel County Police.  There are no indications that any other students or members of the college community are in any danger.  

If you have information regarding this crime, please call Public Safety & Police at 410-777-1818.

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March 24, 2016; AACOPD #2016-710536­

On March 23, 2016 at 7:07 PM, a person was parked and sitting in his vehicle at the Glen Burnie Parking Garage.  He saw two Hispanic males pulling on the handles of vehicles in the garage.  He told them to stop it.  One of the males entered his vehicle and attempted to rob him.  The victim punched the suspect in the face and both suspects fled.  The victim drove to the Eastern District Police Station to report the crime. The victim is not a student at the college. The county police department is conducting the investigation.

Suspect Info: #1 - Hispanic male, early to mid-twenties, 5’6” to 5’8”, skinny build (approximately 150 lbs.) wearing a colored hooded sweatshirt with the hood up and strings pulled tight, and dark colored jeans.

Suspect Info: #2 - Hispanic male, early to mid-twenties, 5’6” to 5’ 8”, skinny build (approximately 150 lbs.), wearing maroon colored hooded sweatshirt with the hood up and the strings pulled tight and light colored jeans.

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  Nov. 17, 2015; AAcoPD #2015-744260; DPSP #2015-001384

 The Anne Arundel Community College Department of Public Safety & Police was notified today at 4:23 PM, that at approximately 3:23 PM, a male had exposed his buttock to a number of students on the second floor of the Library.  He was seen exiting the Library and walking toward the Quad.  A search of the area by public safety and police personnel were negative.

Suspect Info: White male, 15 – 16 years of age, 5’5” , thin build, wearing a blue Nike sweatshirt with the hood up, khaki colored cargo pants, black tennis shoes with a white Nike logo.

If you have any information about this crime please contact the Department of Public Safety & Police at 410-777-1818.

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  October 21, 2015; AACC DPSP #2015-001220

On October 21, 2015, a report was received that on Tuesday, October 20, 2015, at approximately 1:50 PM, a female student was walking across parking lot F when she was approached by a male who engaged her in conversation. During the conversation he stated that he wanted to kiss her. When the victim attempted to walk away, he detained her momentarily by holding her arms. The victim pulled away and was able to continue to her car. 

Suspect Information: White male, 18-23 years of age, 5’10” or taller, light brown short hair, blue eyes, chapped lips, athletic build, wearing a black back pack, believed to have been wearing a light blue or light grey t-shirt, athletic shorts, athletic shoes. Suspect identified himself as "Ben" during the interaction.

If you have information regarding this crime, please call Public Safety & Police at 410-777-1818

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 Sept. 16, 2015; AAcoPD #2015-735263; DPSP #2015-000996

On September 16, 2015 a report was received that on September 8, 2015 at about 7:00pm a sexual assault occurred on Parking Lot “A” on the Arnold Campus of the Anne Arundel Community College. 

The suspect is described as a white male, 5’ 10”, tan complexion, brown hair, brown eyes, with short hair.  The suspect was driving a red 2012 Ford Explorer and is alleged to have pulled the victim into this vehicle and assaulted her while parked toward the rear of Parking Lot “A”.  

This case is being investigated by the AACC Police and the Anne Arundel County Police.  If you witnessed any unusual activity on campus on Tuesday, September 8, 2015 about 7:00pm and/or have any information regarding this incident or a person who fits the description of the alleged suspect please contact Public Safety at ext. 1818 or the AA County Police at 410-222-3750.

UPDATE: Following an investigation by the Anne Arundel County Police Department, it was determined to be a false report.  AACC police and Anne Arundel county police worked closely together on this incident to resolve the matter quickly and thoroughly.   (9/24/15)

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April 7, 2015; AAcoPD #2015-712265

 On April 7, 2015 at approximately 10:35 AM, a student was at the bus stop at Jumpers Hole Rd. and Rt. 2 when a male subject driving a Silver Lexus SUV pulled up and asked the student if they needed a ride.  The student accepted the ride to the college.  As they pulled into the lot at the Central Services building, the driver touched the student in an inappropriate manner.  The student exited the vehicle and the driver left campus.

 The Department of Public Safety has identified the suspect and is working with the county police department on the investigation. If you have information relating to this crime, please call Public Safety at 410-777-1818 or county police. 

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 December 8, 2014; AAcoPD #2014-747821

On December 6, 2014, at approximately 10:30pm, a juvenile victim was assaulted and robbed on the parking lot of the Arundel Mills campus.  The victim was not a student and the college was closed.  The victim was with a group who had left the Mall and walked to the AMIL campus. The suspects took the victim's shoes and fled toward the Mall.  The county police department was called by the victim's mother and is investigating the crime.  

If you have information relating to this crime, please call Public Safety at 410-777-1818 or county police Detective Goals at 410-222-6155

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 December 1, 2014; AAcoPD #2014-747054; DPSP #2014-01668

At approximately 9 p.m. Monday night, AACC police sent a crime alert for a person of interest in regard to a reported sexual assault that occurred in the Cade building at the AACC Arnold Campus on 12/1/14 at approximately 2:30 p.m. The incident was reported to AACC Police at approximately 6:30 p.m. on 12/1/14 and is being investigated by the AACC Police and the Anne Arundel County Police. AACC police also posted the information on AACC social media.

Suspect Information: a black male in his late teens, wearing a black knit cap, white lettering on the cap “Washington”, dark pants with leather patches on his knees.  He was carrying a long skate board. 

If seen, call Public Safety at ext. 1818 or the AA County Police Detective Ignacio at 410-222-3750.

UPDATE: This notice is sent as an update to the notification dated 12/1/14 regarding a reported sexual assault at the Arnold campus. Following an investigation by the Anne Arundel County Police Department, no criminal conduct was found with regard to the reported incident sexual assault. The college takes reports of campus incidents very seriously and strives to comply with all reporting requirements under the law. AACC police and Anne Arundel county police worked closely together on this incident to resolve the matter quickly and thoroughly.

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September 26, 2014; DPS #2014-01251 

On September 26, 2014 at approximately 1101 hrs in the Careers building 2nd floor stairwell, an unknown male subject approached a female student from behind and pulled her pants down. The victim turned around and yelled at the suspect. He stated to her that he had fallen. The victim asked him his name and he stated Michael. (Unknown if this is his real name). The suspect then walked by the vending and went down the stairs by the kiosk. He then exited the building by the C Lot side. An extensive search was conducted of the Careers building as well as other buildings on campus with negative results. There is no further information at this time. 

Suspect Information: White male, 5'4" tall, 18 years old, dark brown hair wearing a black t-shrit, black "basketball type" shorts with white stripes on both sides  and black & white athletic shoes.

If you have information relating to this crime, please call public safety at 410-777-2440

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April 8, 2014; AAcoPD #2014-713092

On April 7, 2014 at approximately 1:45 PM, in the stairwell of the GBTC parking garage, a black male suspect pinched the buttocks of a female student.  The victim ran to her vehicle.  The student reported the incident to public safety and the police today, April 8, 2014 at approximately 11:15 AM.

Suspect Information: Black male, 6' tall, 20's, medium build wearing dark clothing and carrying a dark duffle-type bag.

If you have information relating to this crime, please call public safety at 410-777-2440. The county police department is assisting in the investigating.

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June 4, 2013 AA. Co. Pd. # 2013-721074,2013-721075

On Monday, June 3, 2013, at approximately 7:30 PM two cars parked on Lot “M” on the Arnold Campus were broken into and purses/pocketbooks were stolen. Access was gain by breaking the window.  There are no suspects or suspect vehicle information at this time.

If you have any information relating to this incident, please call public safety at 410-777-1818

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October 8, 2012;  A.A. Co. Pd. # 2012-738719

On October 5, 2012 at approximately 5:00 PM in the Humanities lecture hall, a male subject known to the victim as “Rickey” was playing the piano and talking to the victim. He began telling her dirty jokes.  She told him she did not appreciate the jokes and left lecture hall.  While in the hallway the suspect followed her and smacked the victim on her bottom.  He then grabbed her wrist.  She pulled his arm away and kicked him in the stomach.  She left the building and reported the incident to public safety at 5:40 PM.   A search of the campus was conducted with negative results. There is no further information at this time.  The county police department was notified and is assisting in the investigation.

Suspect information: White male; late teens; 6’ 0”; long brown hair; facial hair with acne; wearing blue jeans and a gray shirt.

If you have information relating to this crime, please call Public Safety at 410-777-2440. 

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February 17, 2012;  A.A. Co. Pd. # 2012-705833  

On February 16, 2012, at approximately 6:21 PM public safety was approached by a female student who stated the following:  On February 16, 2012 at approximately 4:30 PM, she was sitting in her vehicle in B lot on the Arnold campus when a silver colored four door car drove up next to her vehicle and parked.  She looked over and noticed the driver, a young white male with brown hair, was naked and fondling his genitals.  The victim quickly left the lot after seeing the suspect.

Suspect information:  White male, young, brown hair.

Suspect vehicle:  Silver four door car.  No tag number available.

If you have any information relating to this incident, please call Public Safety at 410-777-1818

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November 28, 2011;  A.A. Co. Pd. #2011-745098

On Saturday, November 26, 2011 at approximately 6:15 PM, an individual was walking to his vehicle which was parked on the lot behind the College’s AMIL site. (The College was closed at the time.)  He was approached by a male suspect who displayed a handgun and told the victim to “give it up.”  The victim told the suspect no.  The victim began to chase the armed suspect into the woods behind the College building.  The county police department was called and responded to area with patrol, K-9 and their aviation unit.  They are investigating the crime.

Suspect info: black male 6ft. tall, 160-170 lbs. wearing a black ski mask, blue jacket with 3 gray reflective stripes.

If you have information relating to his crime, please call the county police at 410-222-6155 or Public Safety at410-777-2440.  

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November 16, 2011; AA Co. Pd. #2011-743661 & 743668

On November 15, 2011, at approximately 3:40 PM, public safety was called about someone breaking into a car on F lot (CADE parking lot). Upon the officer’s arrival the witness told the officer she witnessed two males breaking the window of a P/T Cruiser on the parking lot. The suspects had fled before the officer’s arrival. Public safety located the owner of the vehicle who is a student at the college. She advised the only thing taken was her purse which had been left on the front passenger seat. 

At approximately the same time, a second student approached the public safety officer and informed him that his vehicle had been broken into and his iPod had been stolen from the front passenger seat.

In both incidents the right front passenger windows were smash to remove the items left on the seats. The police were contacted and a search of the area by public safety and the county police were negative for the suspects. If you have information relating to this crime, please call Public Safety at 410-777-1818.

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August 12, 2011: AA Co. Pd. 2011-730451

On August 12, 2011 at 4:04am the Anne Arundel County Police responded to the Glen Burnie Town Center near the ice skating rink in reference to a homeless man who was intoxicated. The man hands and face was covered in blood. The man was transported to Baltimore and Washington Medical Center. The man is suffering from non-life threatening wounds from a knife. The police are interviewing suspect(s). There was no college involvement during this incident. The Anne Arundel County Police are still investigating this incident.

If you have any information relating to this incident, please call Public Safety at 410-777-2440.  

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March 10, 2010: AACoPD 2010-708659 / AACC DPS 2010-00239

Incident 1: On March 8, 2010 between 11:30 am and 12 noon a female student had just gotten into her car that was parked on E lot at a metered space near the Florestano building. She rolled her driver’s side window down and before she drove away she was approached by a white male with a map in his hand. He asked her for directions and leaned into her car and placed the map on her lap and used his right forearm to brush against her breast several times. The victim drove away and formally reported this crime to the AACC Department of Public Safety on March 10, 2010. 

Incident 1 Suspect Description: White male in his 40s, 5’8-5’9”, olive/tanned complexion, neatly dressed wearing a dark sports jacket, dark pants, and dark red shirt, with a slight pot belly, clean shaven, and brown hair with a receding hair line. Suspect’s vehicle is described as a white Pontiac SUV.