A student cleaning the prop room in Todd Union suffered a head injury when a freestanding pipe fell on him from above, according to UR Security Investigator Dan Lafferty.

MERT personnel responded soon after the incident and began to address the wound. Upon the arrival of the ambulance, the victim was taken to Strong Memorial Hospital Emergency for further care and evaluation.

The incident occurred on Friday at 2:24 p.m.

Efficient cell phone thief does business in single call

A student’s cell phone was stolen by an unidentified person and consequently used to make a single call on Thursday, according to Lafferty.

The phone was taken from either the locker room in Goergen Athletic Center or the third floor of Wilson Commons.

The victim called the number that had been dialed but received no information that identified the party on the other line.

The student plans on filing a police report.

Rochester resident uses library computers to full potential

According to Lafferty, a 45-year- old man was arrested on Monday on charges of public lewdness, the most recent in a series of similar crimes.

The man was identified as David Hennelly, a Rochester resident. Upon investigation, he was found to have no affiliation with the University.

Hennelly was observed viewing pornography on a computer in the circulation desk area in Rush Rhees Library. Security officers who responded to the complaint also observed the display on the computer.

Hennelly was removed from the library by police and taken to the Public Safety Building for processing.

He was given an interim ban form to stay off of University property.

Incident proves that where there’s smoke, there’s fire

On Saturday night at 8:49 p.m. a security officer patrolling the area near Towers noticed smoke coming from a parked vehicle in the metered spaces along Wilson Boulevard, according to Lafferty.

The officer turned around to find that the vehicle was indeed on fire. He immediately contacted the Rochester Fire Department, who arrived and extinguished the fire.

The owner of the car was soon identified as a student. The student was questioned and said that he had smelled smoke when he parked the car but did not think it to be a strange or unusual occurrence.

The student had his car towed to a repair facility, and the area around the inflamed car was given extra salting due to the water run off.Information provided by UR Security.

Wrobel is a member of the class of 2010.

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