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Administrators from Colorado State University (CSU) banned a student from campus property. And the reason? This person reportedly exhibited threatening behaviors as well as engaged in sexual misconduct toward different people on campus.
The student in question was Tyreice “TJ” Lane, 19, of Aurora. He was arrested on Sunday for suspicion of felony stalking. He was at the custody of Larimer County Jail, but he was eventually released after posting a $5,000 bond.
Meanwhile, the Colorado State University was alerted on Tuesday where Lane is supposed to be excluded from campus and university-owned property. The security alert says that Lane already has a history of disregarding campus no-contact and exclusion previously even before his arrest.
The Court records now show that Lane has already ignored orders as a result of accusations of harassment and sexual misconduct in the past. Aside from his case against the court, other students also have ongoing student conduct cases against Lane according to his arrest affidavit.
After an alleged December incident of sexual misconduct, Lane was issued a no-trespass order for dining halls and campus residence. He also had a no-trespass order for all CSU property, issued after incurring harassment and disorderly conduct in February.
On April, Lane was seen on campus despite the issuance of orders against his presence. During Friday’s Undie Run, he reportedly grabbed two students while on CSU Campus. Several students are now claiming that they feel unsafe on campus because of the case that involves Lane according to the affidavit.
Campus alert has already been issued about the 5 feet and 7 inches tall Lane, whom they say has brown eyes and black hair. Students were instructed to call 911 if they see Lane. The accused is due to make his first appearance in court on May 15.