This from the PCC Courier:
A female student was assaulted Tuesday night on Tennis Hill Drive between 8:40 and 8:50 p.m.
According to PCC Chief of Police Peter Michael, the woman was walking down Tennis Hill Drive when she thought she heard footsteps from behind her. When she turned around she saw a man she described as about 5 feet 6 inches, between 160 and 200 pounds and wearing a hooded sweatshirt, police said.
The woman described the attacker as having a dark complexion with a goatee and with his hood on. The man allegedly grabbed the woman and pushed her against a wall. While holding the victim, the attacker pulled out a box cutter, which he held to her neck and told her not to yell, police said.
The man ran his hand down her side onto her buttocks. The woman then pushed the man away at which point a struggle ensued, said police.
During the struggle, the woman’s face hit the concrete wall and she sustained a scrape on her cheek, said police. Also during the struggle, the man cut the woman with the box cutter on the left side of her chest, between the chest and shoulder area.
The woman managed to free herself and ran eastbound towards the center of campus. Campus police were contacted and a report of the incident was taken.