By Elizabeth Matthews
ST. LOUIS COUNTY (KSDK) - Two women are telling Newschannel 5 that they were threatened by a man, the same man charged with attacking another female student in a campus restroom last week.
They say not enough was done to stop him.
The two women had a several stories to tell about Jevon Mallory like potential stalking and threats of shooting people in class.
Eighteen-year-old Mallory was arrested earlier this week for allegedly strangling a woman inside of a bathroom at the Meramec campus of St. Louis Community College.
When the story came out, we started hearing from others saying they too, were victims.
The women we spoke with shared classes with Mallory last semester and both of them say they are not at all surprised his behavior landed him in jail.
Mallory actually approached one woman two days before the apparent attack in the bathroom.
"He said 'You got me into a lot of trouble by contacting campus police about me, you really caused me a lot of trouble,'" said this one woman.
Mallory was referring to an incident several months ago when this woman turned him into campus police.
"He followed me at a shoe length behind me, it wasn't even like discreet it was very obvious stalking," she said.
Another woman remembers broad threats against many people.
"There were definitely threats and especially to everybody in class he actually threatened to come into class and shoot people in class," said another woman. "I wasn't really shocked that it was him because when I heard about the incident the first person that I thought of was him."
The women say he never touched them, but made it known that he was capable of doing something.
Campus officials did not talk to us about Mallory and his history on campus. They did say they have a "See something, Say something" policy.
Mallory is charged with assault while on school property.