A fight broke out outside of the Theta Chi Fraternity house early Sunday morning, according to UR Security Investigator Dan Lafferty.
Officers arriving on the scene at 4:19 a.m. and located the victim, who was identified as an alumnus and a member of Psi Upsilon Fraternity. According to a witness, the victim and his friend had been throwing eggs at the house. The suspect, a member of the house and a current student, ran out to confront them and started yelling at the victim.
According to a witness, the suspect and the victim began pushing each other around. The suspect punched the victim in the face, causing him to fall to the ground, at which point the suspect returned back inside the house.
The victim was taken to the emergency room for care.
Man bothers studious female with strange advances
A female undergraduate student reported being bothered by an unidentified male suspect while studying in the level B stacks in Rush Rhees Library, according to Lafferty.
The student called security last Tuesday between 9 and 9:30 p.m. She reported that the suspect had bothered her in stages. First, he walked past her. A few minutes later, the suspect returned, only to move a trash can near the victim away from the wall. Following this, he left again.
The suspect returned a few minutes later. According to the victim, he hid around a corner and continually peeked at the student, which she found quite alarming. At one point he lifted his shirt, then took it off.
After the flashing, the victim left the area and notified security. Responding officers checked the surrounding areas for the suspect, with negative results.
Student injured during intramural game
A student was transported via ambulance to Strong Memorial Hospital Emergency Department after he collided with another player during an intramural flag football game.
The incident occurred shortly before 11 p.m. last Wednesday, according to Lafferty. The student sustained lacerations to the head and face.
Past offender avoids second pornography charge
Officers responded to Carlson Library at 10:30 p.m. Saturday, following the report of a suspicious individual in the back of the library, according to Lafferty. The person had previously been observed viewing pornographic material in the library.
Officers identified the individual, who was found to have no affiliation with the University. He contended that he was simply checking his e-mail, but was nonetheless escorted from the facility.
Information provided by UR Security.Wrobel is a member of the class of 2010.