An individual was observed egging the Alpha Delta Phi Fraternity House at 4:30 a.m. on March 21, by CCTV.

According to Senior Investigator Daniel Laffterty, officers accosted the suspect on Fraternity Road where he was then questioned.

The suspect told the security officers he was pledging another fraternity and was told he had to throw five eggs at said house. Following the questioning, the suspect escaped, and officers were unable to locate the individual.

However, officers were later able to positively identify the suspect by his photograph. It was determined that the suspect lied about his fraternity affiliation and also gave a false identity and address. Security referred the case to the Dean of Students’ Office for review/action.

Seizure victim found in
Gleason Library

2. At 11:29 a.m. on March 22, UR Security received a call from Gleason Library about a student who was reportedly having a seizure. Officers responded and located the victim, who was already being attended to by others, according to Lafferty.

The student was diabetic, which might have caused his seizure. As officers tried to remove the student from the area, a graduate student who was helping out was bitten on the finger.
The identity of the biter is unknown.

The diabetic student was transported to Strong Memorial Hospital Emergency Department via ambulance while the bitten individual was taken by patrol vehicle to Strong.


Unidentified suspects throw rocks near Riverview

3. Security observed three youths throwing rocks in the directions of cars parked next to Building 5 in the Riverview Complex at 11:53 a.m. on March 20. They were standing near the entrance to the Luther Circle Residence, according to Lafferty, but as Security approached they left the complex. The officers were unable to locate them. The owners of the cars were contacted but no damage was reported.

Chocolate syrup graffiti causes late night trouble

4. Inappropriate graffiti was found written in chocolate syrup on the wall of the kitchen on the second floor of Burton Hall on March 21 after 2a.m.
Once informed of the incident, Security notified Facilities to initiate cleanup. According to Lafferty, the suspect has yet to be identified.


Harassment occurs on
Intercampus Drive

5. At 5 p.m. on March 21, a student was the victim of harassing comments by an individual standing on the sidewalk along Intercampus Drive, next to Harkness Hall. The individual had parked her car on Intercampus Drive, exited the car and was walking along the sidewalk next to Harkness Hall when she heard the harassing comments, according to Lafferty.

She ignored them but was then called a name by the harasser who proceeded to follow her across Intercampus Drive. She entered Meliora Hall, and when she looked back the suspect was no longer in sight. Officers who responded to her call were unsuccessful in identifying a suspect.

Clark is a member of the class of 2012.
Hilfinger is a member
of the class of 2010.
Information provided
by UR Security.



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