By Faith Duarte
The investigation of a Sept. 26 verbal altercation among four to 15 students in Oppenheimer Academic Center is at a standstill until the Alamo College police department completes its portion of the investigation, Dr. Robert Vela, vice president of student affairs and interim vice president of academic affairs, said Wednesday.
“There were just a lot of people involved, so it’s just taking a little bit of time to get everyone interviewed,” he said.
He said he expects the investigation to conclude by early this week.
Vela said he has not received a copy of the police report and would not have it until the police department completes its investigation.
Campus police have not released the incident report even though the incident transpired more than one week ago.
According to the district police blotter, a student reported a disturbance on campus property at 11:20 a.m. Sept. 26.
An estimated 10 Alamo College police officers responded.
Vela said Sept. 27 that two students faced interim disciplinary action and more participants could face action.