On Thursday, April 10, an unidentified male suspect looked into the shower stalls of two female students around 7 p.m. On the way out of the third floor restroom in Hoeing Hall, a third female student had her buttocks grabbed by the same suspect.

The suspect left the area via a nearby stairway before security officers were summoned. The immediate and surrounding area was searched for the suspect, but no one was found fitting the description.

Student harassed in Susan B.

A student living in the Susan B. Anthony Residence Halls summoned security after an individual refused to leave on Thursday, April 10. Officers responded to the area, located the individual and then escorted him from the area.

According to security reports, the female student called security and reported that the suspect had placed inappropriate things about her on a Web site and had sent message about her to several people she knew.

The case has been referred to the Dean of Students’ Office for further review. No police report has been filed to date.

Fight breaks out in Library Lot

Two suspects were observed fighting in Library Lot at approximately 2:30 a.m. on Sunday, April 13. Security officers found the students intoxicated. They who were identified by a colleague as students from another area college.

The students stated that they had become involved in the fight over a female that they did not know. According to security, both suspects refused medical treatment and police notification. Arrangements were made for a friend to come get the suspects and take them home.

Chambers burglary suspect arrested

Joseph Brooks, a 36-year-old resident of Rochester, was arrested by police and charged with second degree burglary and petty larceny in connection with thefts from Chambers between April 3 and April 4. Brooks was found in possession of all the electrical equipment stolen from Chambers when he was stopped on Wilson Boulevard last week.

At the time, he was arrested for trespassing under a different name. The items were retained by the police until they could be identified by their owners. At this point, the additional burglary charges were filed as well as additional charges for providing false identification.

All information provided by UR Security.

Miller can be reached at amiller@campustimes.org.

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