1. On Thursday, April 19 at 12:46 p.m., a staff member reported that her lunch had been stolen from the second floor kitchen area of the Miller Center at the Eastman School of Music.
According to UR Security Investigator Daniel Lafferty, following the original incident, on Monday, April 23, Security officers responded to the Miller Center after an unknown individual was reported to be in the facility. Staff members recognized the individual as the same one who had been in the area on April 19 around the same time that the staff member reported her lunch as stolen. The individual was identified as a 16 year old with no affiliation to the University who claimed to be from Buffalo.
The teenager was then verbally abusive toward Security officers and jumped over a large planter in the lobby to get away from them after they told her that the police were on their way to verify her identity. The adolescent, who was issued a ban form and warned to stay off University property prior to running away, caused minor damage to the planter but departed the premises without further incident.
Field hockey practice causes injury
2. A student was transported from Hoeing Hall to the Strong Memorial Hospital Emergency Department on Thursday, April 19 at 11:37 p.m. after sustaining an injury at field hockey practice earlier in the day.
The student said that she was hit in the head above her eye with a ball and reported experiencing headaches, feeling groggy and having problems with her vision such as depth perception, Lafferty said.
Student experiences difficulty breathing
3. A student was transported from Susan B. Anthony Halls to the Strong Memorial Hospital Emergency Department on Tuesday, April 24 at 12:46 a.m.
According to Lafferty, the student was experiencing chest pressure and difficulty breathing.
Construction area sparks curiosity
4. Security officers responded to the construction area in front of Anderson and Wilder towers on Saturday, April 21 at 1:25 a.m. after two individuals were observed inside the area. Upon the arrival of Security officers, the individuals fled the scene.
According to Lafferty, the individuals, who were identified as students, stated that they were merely on the site because they were curious about the construction. They were warned and released without further incident.
Equipment vanishes, reappears in pawn shop
5. On Wednesday, April 18 at 4:31 p.m. a staff member in Bausch & Lomb Hall reported that six Mac minis, six keyboards and a digital processor had been stolen from a fourth floor classroom. Security believes that the crime occurred on Tuesday, April 17 at 5:06 a.m. because staff were able to determine what time the computers were disconnected from the system.
According to Lafferty, an employee at a local pawn shop called on April 17 to report that individuals were trying to sell what is believed to be the missing equipment from Bausch & Lomb Hall. A police report has been filed and the investigation is currently ongoing.
Buletti is a member of the class of 2013.
Information provided by UR Security.