From Humboldt State University

The university community should be on the alert for a suspicious individual trespassing on the HSU campus.

On March 11, Zachary Kolodjeski was convicted of trespassing related to reentering the HSU campus and harassing an HSU employee after being asked to leave by campus officials. Kolodjeski’s conviction resulted from information provided by HSU students, staff and faculty that lead to an investigation and Kolodjeski’s arrest.

The University Police Department urges anyone who sees Kolodjeski on or near campus to contact UPD at (707) 826-5555. UPD should be contacted any time you feel threatened or harassed by suspicious individuals on campus.

Following the March 11 conviction, Kolodjeski was sentenced to three years probation and a six-day stay in jail. As a condition of his probation, Kolodjeski has received a restraining order. He must stay 100 yards away from Humboldt State University campus and all of its off-campus properties.

As a reminder:

  • Keep a safe distance from vehicles with occupants unknown to you.
  • If an unknown individual talks to you, do not hesitate to walk away or call for assistance.
  • Be aware of your surroundings at all times, on and off campus.
  • Immediately report any suspicious persons or activities to University Police.

If you have any questions or information, please contact University Police at (707) 826-5555 or extension 5555 from any campus phone. In case of emergency, dial 911.