A student’s vehicle was stolen from the Wilson North Lot between 7 p.m. on April 7 and 4:45 p.m. on April 9. The vehicle was a Dodge Neon, according to UR Security Investigator Dan Lafferty.The student first learned her car had been stolen when she received a call from the Rochester Police Department informing her that her vehicle had been found on Flint St. and Exchange Blvd. The vehicle suffered steering and ignition switch damage and was towed to the police impound lot, according to UR Security.Car window smashed in Park LotThe passenger side window in a student’s car parked in Park Lot South was reported smashed.The suspect also stole the car’s stereo, according to Lafferty. The incident occurred sometime between 6:30 p.m. and 7:48 p.m.A police report was to be filed at a later time. The window damages were estimated at a value of $200. Meanwhile, the stereo theft was estimated at $270, according to security.Man arrested for trespassing Robert Johnson, 49, a resident of Rochester, was arrested on trespassing charges before 10 p.m. on April 7, according to Lafferty. A UR Security Officer observed Johnson cross over the pedestrian footbridge and proceed up Fraternity Rd. Johnson apparently then approached an unidentified female behind the Delta Upsilon Fraternity House. The female fled the area and it is unknown what had been said to her.The suspect has been previously warned and advised by UR security to stay off university property.Swastika etched in Douglass bathroomAn unidentified suspect drew a swastika in the Frederick Douglass Building before 8:30 p.m. on April 8, according to UR Security. The symbol was drawn in the grout between the ceramic tiles in the first floor men’s room. The graffiti was noticed and reported by one of the vendors using the facilities, according to security. Facilities staff were notified by UR security to initiate cleanup of the graffiti.Smoking device confiscated at SCAn individual was observed by officers placing a baggie and a smoking device into his pocket while in the first floor lounge of the Sigma Chi Fraternity House. He was identified as an undergraduate, but not a brother at the fraternity. The substance in the baggie was believed to be marijuana and both items in question were confiscated for further evaluation. The student was warned and advised not to have possession of the substance again.Information provided by UR securityGorode can be reached at kgorode@campustimes.org.

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