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    Ventura, CA | Terrorist Threats

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    Incident:  Terrorist Threats

    Location: Sanjon Rd./ Thompson Blvd

    Date/Time Occurred: 9/15/21 0800hrs

    Officer(s) Involved:  Ventura Police Patrol Officers/ School Resource Officers

    Suspect(s):  Unknown Female

    Report #:  21-613967


    On the above-listed date and time, Ventura Police Officers responded to a report of a female suspect following and threatening a juvenile who was walking to school.

    Patrol officers responded and contacted the victim. Their investigation revealed that the victim was walking to school when an unknown woman approached her from behind. As the victim continued to walk away, the woman started yelling threats at her.  In fear for her life, the student ran from the suspect. 

    Patrol and School Resource Officers searched the area and were unable to locate the suspect. The victim, who was not injured, left with her parents.

    The suspect is a white female with dark hair and dark clothing. She was last seen in the area of Thompson Blvd. and Sanjon Rd. At the time of this press release, the suspect has not been identified. A photo of the suspect has been included on the second page of this release.

    The Ventura Police Department and the Ventura Unified School District continually work together to ensure the safety of all students. This incident remains under investigation. Anyone with more information about this incident or any similar crimes in the area is asked to call the Ventura Police Department at 805-650-8010.

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