A female student walking in Intercampus Drive Lot reported that she had been approached by a driver of a dark-colored sedan on Saturday, Feb. 2 at approximately 7:15 p.m., according to UR Security Investigator Dan Lafferty.

The driver drove up to her. He proceeded to ask her if she knew where the ice skating rink was.

Once the driver pulled up, the student noticed that he had his pants down and that he appeared to be masturbating. The student did not answer and after seeing this, walked away from the car.

The driver spoke to her again. However, the student did not understand what he attempted to say.

After speaking out a second time, the driver drove away from the scene.

The student said that she did not report the incident to the Rochester Police Department.

Suspect twice escorted from property

According to Lafferty, officers responded to a call from Carlson Library late on Sunday, Feb. 10 to remove a person from the library.

The individual was unaffiliated with UR and had been told earlier that day to leave because of his behavior. Officers issued him a temporary ban and told him he needed to leave. The suspect cooperated and left the property.

Call to 911 reports unconscious student

On Friday, Feb. 8, Security officers, the fire department, the rural metro and Medical Emergency Response Team responded to a 911 call from a student who found an unconscious person in Anderson Tower.

Officers responded at approximately 9 p.m., according to Lafferty. When they arrived at the scene, the student was drifting in and out of conscious states. An ambulance took the student away to receive additional medical evaluation and care. The student later told Emeregency Medical Services staff and officers that he and his friends had been smoking marijuana by the river before the episode.

Intoxicated student urinates on Fraternity Quad

Officers found a person urinating outside the Delta Upsilon Fraternity house on Sunday, Feb. 10 after 1 a.m. The officers asked for the suspect’s identification, but the student would not cooperate. The student refused to procure his identification.

A friend showed officers his identification, which revealed that he was an undergraduate student. According to Lafferty, the student was given a warning and the friend accompanied him back to his residence.

Graduate student begins and extinguishes fire

There was a small fire in a lab in Hutchison Hall on Feb. 8 at 3:30 p.m. A graduate student reported that he had overheated a silicone oil bath and used a fire extinguisher to put out the fire.

According to Lafferty, both the Rochester Fire Department and University fire inspector responded and verified that no damages or injuries were sustained.

Information provided by UR Security. Leber is a member of the class of 2011.

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