Approximately 25 people were involved in a fight on the Fraternity Quad at 2 a.m. last Saturday. Initial information revealed that members of Theta Chi and Sigma Chi fraternities were involved in the fight for unidentified reasons, Dan Lafferty, UR Security investigator said.
One student who was found to have sustained an injury declined medical treatment and police involvement.
Laptops stolen from Schlegel and Wallis
A staff member of Schlegel Hall reported a laptop computer stolen from a secured office area on the fourth floor sometime between 5:30 p.m. Wednesday and 8:00 a.m. Thursday. The computer has an estimated value of $1,500, according to security reports.
An unidentified suspect stole a laptop computer inside its carrying case from outside a second floor office in Wallis Hall on Monday. The estimated value of the stolen item was $2,550.
Car hits posts on
A single-car accident was reported at 4:30 a.m. Sunday. The driver was travelling south on Wilson Boulevard approaching Faculty Road when he saw a vehicle coming down Faculty Road that he believed was going to strike his vehicle. The driver swerved and struck the posts on Wilson Boulevard just south of Faculty Road.
The approaching vehicle apparently negotiated the turn onto Wilson Boulevard without incident and left the area.
The student operator of the car striking the posts reported major damage to his vehicle.
Student assaulted on Fraternity Quad
A student reported an assault on the Fraternity Quad at 3:48 a.m. Saturday. The victim reported that he had been assaulted by three members of a fraternity in retaliation for his having thrown eggs at their fraternity house.
The student is a member of a different Greek organization than the suspects. He sustained injuries to his face, neck and arms and was transported to Strong Memorial Hospital for evaluation and treatment.
The victim elected not to file a police report at that time.
Car on Library Rd. broken into
Two UR graduates visiting campus parked their vehicle on Library Road adjacent to the Field House Thursday afternoon, and upon returning to the vehicle discovered that someone had obtained entry into their vehicle and stolen their backpacks.
One of the backpacks contained the victim’s wallet with cash and credit cards, and books and miscellaneous papers. The other bag contained photographic slides and papers. The estimated values of the backpacks are $160 and $110, respectively.
There were no signs of forced entry into the vehicle.
reported in SBA
Students in Susan B. Anthony Residence Halls notified security Friday evening that there were persons in the building handing out menus for a local restaurant.
One resident stated that the suspects gave him a hard time when he refused to take one of their menus.
There should be no one soliciting in the buildings. If students come in contact with persons doing so they should call security.
by UR Security.
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