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Sexual Assault Reported in Simpson Center, No CPD report

McKeever Spruck | The PHOENIXA sexual assault was reported by a non-Loyola affiliated individual in Simpson.

Campus Safety reported in its police logs a delayed sexual assault incident that occurred at Simpson Living and Learning Center.

The incident happened sometime between Nov. 4 and Nov. 5, according to the Campus Safety police logs, but was recorded by Campus Safety Nov. 8.

Campus Safety summarized the report in a safety bulletin sent to The PHOENIX, saying the department “took a delayed criminal sexual assault report from an individual with no Loyola affiliation. Under further investigation.” The report also said it was referred to another jurisdiction.

The PHOENIX contacted Chicago Police Department (CPD) News Affairs but News Affairs Officer Christine Calace said CPD had no record on file during the week.

The PHOENIX couldn’t reach Campus Safety or Title IX coordinators, after multiple attempts, for comment on the incident at the time of publication.

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Sajedah Al-khzaleh is a transfer junior from the southside of Chicago, and one of the assistant news editors for the PHOENIX for the fall of 2017. She previously attended Harold Washington College where she was news editor. Her dream is to bring diversity in the the media. Besides reporting, she loves writing and performing slam poetry.