UR Security officers responded to the Sigma Chi House after reports of a fight in progress at 2 a.m. on Sunday after their “Jungle Party,” according to UR Security Investigator Dan Lafferty.

Investigation revealed that an unknown person had been urinating on the back of the house when confronted by a SC brother.

The suspect was found to have been creating a disturbance in the house earlier in the night.

When confronted, the suspect became physically aggressive and punched a SC brother in the face.

Other SC brothers stopped the altercation and UR Security advised two non-UR affiliated visitors to leave the house.

The student punched by the suspect reported no injury and declined to file a police report, according to Lafferty.

Two 15-year-old non-UR affiliated visitors were reported to be skateboarding dangerously near Wilson Commons on Saturday, according to Lafferty.

UR Security was summoned and found the two in the area near Hutchison Hall, where they were identified.

One was found to have a preexisting ban from University property, and as such the Rochester Police Department was summoned.

Both skateboarders were warned against such behavior and were advised by UR Security and the RPD to leave the property.

The Rochester Fire Department responded to an alarm in the Frederick Douglass Building on Saturday at 9 p.m, according to UR Security.

Investigation of the scene revealed that a fog machine was being utilized by students at an event being held in the building.

The event’s coordinators had not received prior approval from the Fire Marshal’s Office, and as such no one was initially aware of the cause for the alarm.

The machine was shut down after the arrival of the RFD, and firefighters gave approval to reenter the building.

Students living in a first-floor suite in Chambers House reported ongoing thefts of food, clothing, and jewelery from their individual rooms

The thefts have occurred since September, according to Lafferty.

After the first incident of theft, the students locked their outer door, however they continued to leave their individual doors unlocked.

The case is currently being reviewed by UR Security, but no police report has been filed.

Sometime between 1 and 4 a.m. on Saturday, October 14, an unidentified suspect entered a room in the Alpha Delta Phi Fraternity House and stole an iPod speaker dock.

The room had been left closed but not locked, according to Lafferty.

The student from which the dock was stolen was not in his room at the time, and has not since filed a police report.Information provided by UR Security.

Majarian is a member of the class of 2008.



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