Campus police have issued an exclusionary order against a man who allegedly repeatedly harassed faculty and staff on campus, effectively barring him from all property owned and controlled by the UA.
The man, 48-year-old Carlos David Manrique, allegedly frequented the workplaces of certain faculty members, sent them unwanted e-mails from university computers and violated pre-existing court orders, according to a University of Arizona Police Department press release. Manrique already has two court orders prohibiting harassment and a court order barring him from the campus, the report says, adding that he is known to frequent the Modern Languages and the Main Library computer commons.
Exclusionary orders — which can be given only to non-UA affiliated persons like Manrique — last for either six months or one year and can be issued following complaints of harassment, disturbing the peace, misuse of university facilities or a crime, UAPD spokesman Sgt. Juan Alvarez said. UA affiliates accused of similar misdeeds can be referred to the Dean of Students Office, Alvarez said.
Exclusionary orders are rarely issued, Alvarez said.
""It's not something we do all the time,"" he said.
— Arizona Daily Wildcat