A resident of Brighton contacted UR Security to report individuals illegally hunting on University property, according to Director of UR Security Walter Mauldin.

The resident reported that individuals had been hunting with bows and arrows south of the Laboratory for Laser Energetics on the South Campus.

After investigating the scene, UR Security discovered two hunting stands, possibly used for hunting. Also found were the remnants of arrows, also possibly used for hunting.

After the incident, University Facilities posted “No Hunting” signs in the area.

While redundant due to Town of Brighton laws making hunting illegal at all times, the signs are intended to discourage literate scofflaws from further similar action on University property.Rough night for Sue B. males as alcohol hospitalizes threeA male student suffering from acute alcohol intoxication was found in the traffic circle outside of Susan B. Anthony Halls early Sunday morning, according to Mauldin.

This student, in addition to two others, was transported to the UR Medical Center via ambulance over the course of the night.

The two other students were transported to URMC in separate incidents between 12:50 and 2:27 a.m.

In the most serious incident, UR Security found that the student had consumed a total of 19 drinks to celebrate his nineteenth birthday. Drinking before the age of 21 is illegal in New York.

In addition to the three hospitalizations, UR Security and the Medical Emergency Response Team responded to four other alcohol-related incidents in the course of the night.

After evaluations by MERT and UR Security in each case, it was determined that the student in question did not require transport to URMC, according to Mauldin.Towel fire forces Anderson alarm The fire alarm in Anderson Tower sounded at 4:49 p.m. on Monday, causing UR Security and the Rochester Fire Department to respond to the scene.

Upon their arrival on the seventh floor, UR Security officers reported observing thick, hazy smoke. The cause of the smoke, according to Mauldin, was a flaming towel.

The building was not damaged in the incident.Aggressive panhandler returns to EastmanUR Security officers responded to two separate complaints of an aggressive man seeking money on the sidewalk near the Eastman School on Tuesday, according to Mauldin.

The man, who has a history of interactions with UR Security spanning many years, was told to move along.Information provided by UR Security.Majarian is a member of the class of 2008.

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