Richard Osterman, a 67-year-old Rochester resident, was arrested on criminal trespassing charges after being found in Rush Rhees Library at 3:39 a.m. on Tuesday, according to UR Security Investigator Dan Lafferty.
The suspect set off the intrusion alarm and the Rochester Police Department responded. The suspect was found in the 400 M area of the stacks, according to UR Security.
Police learned the suspect also had some outstanding warrants, according to Lafferty.
He was taken into custody by police and taken for further processing.
Man arrested for breaking into car
Tyrone James, a 42-year-old Rochester resident, was arrested by police after being observed by closed-circuit television cameras breaking into a student’s vehicle parked on Gibbs Street and rifling through the contents of the vehicle, according to UR Security.
Police arrived while the suspect was inside the car, and he was arrested on charges of criminal mischief and burglar tools possession.
He was taken to the public safety building for further processing. The suspect was observed on camera using what is believed to be a screw driver to pry a window until it shattered, according to Lafferty.
Car damaged in Park North Lot
A student who parked their car in University Park North Lot returned to the vehicle on Sunday to find that an unidentified suspect had popped a window off the track and entered the vehicle, according to UR Security.
Damage was also done to the steering column and ignition switch of the vehicle.
Annoying phone calls made to Gilbert
In separate incidents, two Gilbert residents reported receiving annoying phone calls from an unidentified male caller early on Thursday morning, according to UR Security.
In one call, the caller said his name was “Michael,” and simply asked the student if he had woken her up, according to Lafferty.
In the second call, the caller began asking the student what she was wearing, according to UR Security.
In both incidents the students hung up on the caller.
Man enters Anderson suite bathroom
Residents in Anderson Tower report that an unidentified suspect entered their suite area without permission and locked himself in the bathroom, according to UR Security.
The suspect exited the restroom and told the residents he needed to use the bathroom.
There was nothing reported stolen from the suite, according to Lafferty.
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