San Diego State University (SDSU) police have arrested a young man accused of following a female student into her classroom Monday and touching her breast.
The SDSU student first noticed the suspect at 1:20 p.m. when he walked into her class at the Life Sciences North building.
According to police, the man sat very close to the victim and started commenting on her clothing. He then reached out and touched the woman's breast, so the victim pushed his hand away, officials say.
After the suspect tried two more times to touch her inappropriately, another student noticed his behavior and scared him away.
On Tuesday morning, police confirmed they had arrested suspect Glenn Balancar, 21, in connection with the incident around 11 p.m. Monday. He was booked into San Diego Central Jail on several counts of sexual battery.
Officials said Balancar was identified by two separate victims, though details of the second victim’s alleged encounter with the suspect were not immediately released. SDSU campus police said they had received several calls throughout the day Monday reporting the suspect was approaching women and touching them inappropriately.
The investigation is ongoing. SDSU police expect to charge Balancar with additional counts as the investigation unfolds.
If you know anything about this case, call campus police at 619-594-1991 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Another incident of sexual battery was reported at SDSU over the weekend when a suspect burglarized a campus dorm and forced a female student to touch his groin area, campus police said.