Officers responded to reports of an individual stopping cars on Wilson Boulevard near McLean Street last Saturday, according to UR Security Investigator Dan Lafferty.

Officers using CCTV cameras observed the suspect stop then enter a car driven by an undergraduate who then traveled to the Susan B. Anthony Residence Halls.

The undergraduate driver informed officers that he had picked up and driven the suspect to the dorm in order to give him some money for gas.

The suspect had informed the student that he was trying to drive to Buffalo, but had run out of gas, according to Lafferty.

The suspect was identified by UR Security and was warned not to return to UR in the future

After the warning, the undergraduate student drove the suspect back to his abandoned car.

The suspect was then observed driving away, according to Lafferty. Student suffers injury in stair accidentMedical Emergency Response Team members responded to Wilson Commons last Thursday after a student missed a step and fell at 3:30 p.m., according to Lafferty.

The student refused medical treatment on the scene and was asked to call MERT if any further problems occurred.

Later that evening, the student called MERT and was transported to Strong Memorial Hospital for further evaluation and treatment.

After performing X-rays, doctors at the hospital determined that the student had suffered a fractured ankle.

The student was then treated in the emergency department. Bad food necessitates hospitalization An undergraduate student was transported by UR Security to Strong Memorial Hospital’s emergency department for treatment last Thursday at 10:30 p.m., according to Lafferty.

The student was evaluated and treated for sickness caused by the ingestion of bad food.Abandoned teen found in Park LotUR Security officers were summoned to Park Lot at 3:45 a.m. on Sunday night after the observation of an individual walking around the lot wearing no coat.

Temperatures were hovering around 15 degrees Fahrenheit at the time.

The individual was approached by UR Security and found to be a 15-year-old from the area. The teenager told officers that he had experienced problems with his family that evening and had been thrown out of his house.

The Rochester Police Department was notifed and initiated contact with the boy’s family.

The family then met with the RPD to settle the matter, according to Lafferty.Information provided by UR Security.

Majarian can be reached at mmajarian@campustimes.org.



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