Stanford U students on alert when employee alleges she was dragged from office, raped in broad daylight

Criminals often use the cover of night to commit their crimes, but some are simply so brazen that they are willing to do their vile deeds in the daylight.

Last Friday afternoon, it was reported that a Stanford University employee was dragged into a campus basement and allegedly raped around 12:30 pm. The victim is currently unwilling to discuss the crime with law enforcement, according to Stanford’s Department of Public Safety, but some details are known.

“The victim indicated she was working in her office when a man came into her office, grabbed her, dragged her into a basement, and raped her,” read a statement from the department. “The victim does not want to provide a statement to law enforcement about the crime at this time.”

There is no information on the alleged perpetrator, or where the crime reportedly occurred. In fact, the victim never reported the crime at all. Stanford DPS was alerted to the incident by a mandated reporter instead.

“As required by law, a mandated reporter notified Stanford DPS that an adult female reported having been sexually assaulted by an adult male,” the office explained.

“The initial report to DPS may include very little information. It may not include the name of the person who originally reported the incident, the location, the name of a suspect, or any other identifying information,” they explained. “This is why some alerts to the community, in turn, may have very little information.”

Despite the limited details about the alleged crime, the office is assuring those on campus that they are currently investigating. However, this isn’t quite enough to assuage a wary student body who now believes there may be a potential rapist walking around freely on campus.

Meena Chakraborty, a graduate student, told FOX 2 San Francisco wishes the office would explain a little better how they plan to prevent things like this from happening in the future.

“I do wish they were talking about how they were addressing building security and making sure this doesn’t happen again,” she said.

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