BALTIMORE — A man has been banned from John Hopkins University's campus after two women accused him of making sexually, inappropriate comments toward them.
Campus Safety and Security has received reports from two women regarding two incidents of a man making vulgar, inappropriate comments and requests of a sexual nature.
Police say the suspect visits the Charles Village neighborhood a lot.
The events occurred on Monday and Wednesday in the 3100 block of St. Paul Street and the 3100 block of Charles Street.
The individual was identified by Campus Safety and Security, and has been banned from campus property. The individual was also arrested by Baltimore City Police on Wednesday for trespassing on JHU property and is currently in police custody.
We are working to get the suspect's name and/or mugshot from Baltimore City Police.
JHU said they are notifying students out an abundance of caution and to generally remind them to be aware of their surroundings and report suspicious or inappropriate behavior to Campus Safety and Security.
Additionally, they want students to please contact Campus Safety and Security at 410-516-7777 if you would like to request a safety escort to or from a location.
Students are encouraged to report sexual misconduct to campus security and/or the JHU Office of Institutional Equity (OIE).