According to UR Security Investigator Daniel Lafferty, an undergraduate student at Eastman School of Music reported that she was harassed on Tuesday, April 15 at approximately 5:15 p.m.

The suspect approached her while she stood at the East Main and Gibbs Street intersection and yelled an inappropriate comment at the victim.

The suspect did not speak any further but reached out and grabbed the students’ buttocks and fled across Gibbs Street through an adjoining parking lot. The victim was not injured and has not yet filed a police report, but she may file one at some future time.

Basketball collision hurts student and professor

Two individuals received head lacerations after a collision during a basketball game at Goergen Athletic Center on Monday, April 14.

According to Lafferty, one of the injured was a student who was transported to Strong Memorial Hospital Emergency Department via patrol vehicle. He received treatment for a cut above his eye. The second player was a professor who received treatment at the scene by MERT.

Trash can contents discovered on fire

A Security officer found a small fire and smoke in a trash can outside the Information Technology Center lobby entrance in Rush Rhees Library on Sunday, April 14, according to Lafferty.

The trash can’s contents, which included typed pages of text, were on fire at 2:35 a.m.

The fire did not cause any damages to the area, and the officer contained the situation by extinguishing the fire. The cause for the fire has not been determined as of yet.

Complete computer recycled unnecessarily

A staff member discovered a desktop computer in a recycling bin in a hallway in Meliora Hall on Saturday, April 13 at approximately 4:40 p.m.

The computer was complete with a monitor and keyboard and had security cables with a padlock attached to it, according to Lafferty.

The cables showed damage and the computer and its appliqus were collected to keep safe but the computer was later released to Information Technology Services staff.

There was a search later conducted that canvassed the building to find where the break-in might have occurred. The search produced no results, however, as the point of entry could not be determined.

Flag disappears from fraternity

An American flag disappeared from outside the Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity house, fraternity brothers reported.

The theft occurred sometime between 2 a.m. and noon on Saturday, April 13.

According to Lafferty, the flag was removed from a small flagpole above the front entrance to the fraternity’s house.

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

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