Woman sexually assaulted in her sleep in Isla Vista

March 21, 2017

A man broke into a woman’s Isla Vista home on Saturday and sexually assaulted her in her sleep, according to the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office.

Shortly after 5 a.m., a woman awoke to an unknown man fondling her in her bed in the 6700 block of Del Playa Drive. When she confronted him, the man fled, a sheriff’s office press release states.

Sheriff’s deputies, UCSB police officers and a sheriff’s K-9 searched the area but did not find the suspect. Authorities describe the suspect as a Hispanic male adult in his 30s who was wearing a grey colored sweatshirt.

Investigators say the suspect most likely entered the home through the bedroom window.

The sheriff’s office is requesting that anyone who has information about the incident call the Isla Vista Foot Patrol at (805) 681-4179 or anonymously call (805) 681-4171.

Sheriff’s officials want to remind residents to make sure their doors and windows are locked.







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StakeHolder

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kayaknut

Lucky for this guy, our politicians have decided this is no longer a violent crime. If they do find him, catch and release, we voted for it.

paragon

If you are referring to Prop 57, it was put into law thanks to 64% of voting public in the last election, so blame the citizens of this state, not “our politicians”. And no, prop 57 did not make what this disgusting pervert did a “catch and release” crime. When they catch him, he will be going away for a while and will forever have to register as a sex offender.