Alarms blare twice at Delta Upsilon house

A resident of the Delta Upsilon fraternity house approached officers and admitted that he accidentally set off the building’s fire alarm when he lit a paper in the stairwell to watch it burn at 10 p.m. on April 6, according to Director of UR Security Walter Mauldin.

The student claimed that he lit the paper because he had nothing else to do. The house was evacuated when the alarm sounded, and the Rochester Fire Department responded.

A large quantity of firecrackers set off the fire alarm again at DU at 10:52 p.m. on April 10, according to Mauldin.

Security officers and RFD responded, and the building was evacuated.

A student approached officers arriving on the scene and admitted being responsible.

The area where the firecrackers were ignited had burn marks on the carpeting, according to UR Security.

Student physically hurt by boyfriend

A female undergraduate reported being physically handled in a rough manner by an intoxicated boyfriend as the two of them were walking back to the Residential Quad from an off-campus party at 1:30 a.m. on April 9.

There was evidence of contusions to her wrists and throat area. The male student was located by officers.

He claimed to have no recollection of the incident, but admitted that if the female had said that it had occurred, it must be true, according to UR Security.

The female was offered medical attention and police services, but she declined. The male was ordered to stay away from her, according to Mauldin.

Man exposes gun at Eastman School

A Security Officer monitoring closed-circuit television cameras at the Eastman School observed three unidentified males walking eastbound on the Main Street sidewalk, between the Eastman School and the Eastman Living Center at 8:30 p.m. on April 10, according to Mauldin.

One of the three took out a handgun from the back waistband area of his pants, waived it around, then returned it to his pants.

Rochester police were notified, but were not able to locate the three individuals.

Still frame images from the CCTV’s digital recorder were printed and handed over to Rochester Police Department, according to UR Security.

Man arrested for harassment at URMC

Fifty-four-year-old Terry Hustleby was arrested on charges of harassment outside the southwest area of the UR Medical Center and turned over to RPD after verbally threatening to shoot the UR Security officers on the scene at 2:28 p.m. on April 12, according to UR Security.

In addition, he was charged with criminal contempt in violation of an already existing court order banning him from UR except for personal medical care because of previous behavior problems, according to UR Security.

Hustleby did not have a weapon on him when subdued by officers, according to Mauldin.

Information provided by UR Security.

Paret can be reached at eparet@campustimes.org.



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