Thirty-eight-year-old Rochester resident Terrence Roach was arrested on trespassing charges after being observed on UR property in violation of a previously issued ban notice, according to UR Security Investigator Dan Lafferty.

Roach was issued this ban from UR subsequent to his arrest on July 8 for activities involving inappropriate usage of computers in ITS Center.

Rochester police were summoned, and the suspect was taken to the Public Safety Building for further processing, according to UR Security.

Laptop computer stolen from Wallis Hall

An unidentified suspect broke through a door window in 121 Wallis Hall and stole a laptop computer from a desk at 9:28 p.m. on Aug. 29, according to Lafferty.

A staff member leaving for the evening contacted UR Security after she saw an unidentified person in the hall, who immediately fled the building.

Police were called to the scene and a police technician processed the office and was able to obtain some usable fingerprints, according to UR Security.

The immediate area was searched for the suspect with negative results.

Meat slicer stolen from Alpha Delta Phi

Residents of Alpha Delta Phi Fraternity reported that their meat slicer was stolen from their fraternity house sometime around 10 p.m. on Aug. 31.

The slicer was valued at $1,000. Residents reported that the area was open during the time of the theft, as contractors frequently used the electrical outlets, according to Lafferty.

Clothing stolen from Anderson Tower

A resident in Anderson Tower reported that a black garbage bag full of clothing was stolen from the seventh floor common area, according to Lafferty.

The victim was unsure whether the area was secured or not, according to UR Security.

The clothing was estimated at $1,000 by the student.

Prank phone calls made to students

In separate incidents, residents in Gale House and Wilder Tower reported receiving several phone calls from unidentified individuals, which they found alarming and annoying, according to Lafferty.

The student in Wilder reported the caller became threatening. Neither student wished to file a police report.

Vehicle scratched in North Lot

A student reported that her vehicle was scratched on the driver’s side door and passenger-side front fender by an unknown person while parked in North Lot.

The incident occurred sometime between 8 p.m. Sept. 3 and 12 p.m. on Sept. 4. Damages were estimated at $100.

Information provided by UR Security.



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