The Rochester Police Department responded to an off-campus domestic dispute in the 1100 block of South Plymouth Avenue on Monday.
At approximately 11:40 p.m., police officers discovered that a female was shot in the arm by a former male acquaintance. According to UR Security Investigator Daniel Lafferty, the suspect fled the scene of the crime in a grey-colored vehicle before the Police arrived.
Neither the victim nor the suspect are affiliated with the University.
The shooting took place just north and across the street from the Riverview Apartments.
According to an e-mail sent out by Director of UR Security Walter Mauldin, in an effort to assist the Rochester Police Department, UR Security is reviewing CCTV images to see if the suspect returned to the scene at anytime during the night.
Rural Metro ambulance services transported the victim to Strong Memorial Hospital for treatment.
Student escorted from
UR Security patrolling the Fraternity Quad spotted an altercation at the entrance of the Sigma Chi Fraternity house on Sunday at 12:57 a.m.
According to Lafferty, the incident was brought to Security’s attention when an undergraduate was being shoved out of the front door of the Sigma Chi house by fraternity brothers.
The student contended that he fell to the floor in the basement rest room and then was escorted to the door by brothers of the house. The student argued that he was punched on the side of his face by an unidentified brother while he was being escorted out of the house.
The brothers of the house contended that they found the student lying on the bathroom floor. The fraternity brothers reported that the student was uncooperative prior to being escorted to the door.
According to Lafferty, alcohol was determined to be a contributing factor to the incident.
No injuries were reported and the student refused medical assistance. The student also decided not to file a police report.
Suspect steals GPS unit from unlocked vehicle
An undergraduate student’s iPod connection cable, GPS unit and 20 compact discs were stolen from her vehicle last week. The student reported the items were stolen sometime between Feb. 10 at 10 p.m. and Feb. 12 at 10 a.m.
At the time of the break-in, the vehicle was located in the Wilson North lot, according to Lafferty.
The victim reported that a passenger accidently left the side door of her car unlocked.
Autotheft in parking lot near Mt. Hope Professional Building
An undergraduate student returned to the Mt. Hope Professional Building parking lot to find his car stolen.
According to Lafferty, the student reported that his car was stolen by an unidentified suspect sometime between Saturday at 10:30 p.m. and Sunday at 2:12 p.m.
Nathaniel is a member of
the class of 2011.
by UR Security.