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Visitors to UA campus warned of accused trespasser

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Gabriel Herrera (Source: University of Arizona Police Department) Gabriel Herrera (Source: University of Arizona Police Department)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

University of Arizona police are warning people who visit the campus to watch for a man who is prohibited from being on any UA property.

According to the UAPD, Gabriel Herrera has an active exclusionary order which prohibits him from being on any properties owned, leased, rented, or controlled by the University of Arizona and the Arizona Board of Regents.

Herrera is 24 with black hair and brown eyes. He is 5' 10" tall and weighs 165 pounds. Anyone who sees Herrera on any UA property is asked to call 911.

Police say Herrera was identified by two UA students who said he approached them near Mountain Avenue and First Street at about 8 p.m. on Aug. 12. The students told police the questions he asked made them uncomfortable so they left him and went into their residence.

The students called police after Herrera allegedly knocked on the door and asked one of the students if he could "hang out."

Police arrested Herrera and booked him into the Pima County Jail for loitering and criminal trespassing.

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