More Suspicious Activity Cited in Miller Learning Center

UGA’s Miller Learning Center saw more alleged suspisous activity last night. Just a few days after police escorted a man and women out of the MLC for alleged prostitution recruitment, UGA police was notified last night that a suspicious person had been “making two female students uncomfortable” inside the MLC.

The UGA Police report states that around 11:00 PM last night, two students complained to a UGA security guard that a man in his early twenties refused to leave a MLC study room. MLC rules require that study rooms are for groups of two or more,  and when the students asked the man if he was studying with someone else, they felt “uneased” and decided to leave him alone in the room.

According to the police report, the two female students complained that the male made sexual comments to them as they left the room. Once UGA police arrived, the two female students and the individual had left the scene.

 

Check out the full police report below:

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