A 21-year-old man was behind bars Tuesday for allegedly groping women at San Diego State University.
Several people called police Monday and reported that a man was approaching women and touching them inappropriately.
In one instance, he followed a female student into a classroom in the Life Sciences North building around 1:30 p.m., sat close to her, commented on her clothing then touched her breast, according to a SDSU community safety alert.
That victim pushed the man’s hand away, but he attempted to grab her two more times before another student scared him off, police said in the alert.
Officers responding to a similar report around 11 p.m. Monday arrested Glen Balancar on suspicion of sexual battery after two of the victims identified him as the alleged groper, police said.
—City News Service