1. Officers were dispatched to Park Lot after a suspicious vehicle was seen at 8:54 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 15. Upon locating the vehicle, the officers identified that the two occupants had no UR affiliation. 

The suspects admitted to smoking marijuana and surrendered a small bag of marijuana to the officers. The bag was turned over to the police for destruction. The officers warned the two suspects to stay off the premises.

Water polo accident sends student to Strong

2. After being accidentally elbowed in the face during water polo, an undergraduate was taken to the Emergency Department at Strong Memorial Hospital on Wednesday, Sept. 15. The student was concerned about a concussion.

Bike stolen at Eastman, police report filed

3. A graduate student reported a stolen bike that was on Gibbs Street near the Eastman School of Music. Occurring between 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. on  Wednesday, Sept. 15, the theft involved breaking a secured cable lock that was on fencing around a tree outside Max’s Restaurant. The victim filed a police report.

Student injures shoulder at dance performance

4. After sustaining a shoulder injury during a dance routine, a student was transported from Wilson Commons to the Emergency Department at Strong Memorial Hospital. The injury happened at 1:05 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 19.

Students injured playing rugby

5. At 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 18, an undergraduate was struck in the head while playing rugby,   cut on the forehead and knocked unconscious. Upon gaining consciousness, she was unable to stop the bleeding and started having severe headaches. She was transported from Fairchild House to Strong. 

A second undergraduate sustained shoulder and collar bone injuries during a rugby match on the Southside Living Center soccer field at 1:49 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 18. She too was taken to Strong.

Anonymous note of suicidal thoughts found

6. Upon checking out a book at Rush Rhees on Saturday, Sept. 18, an individual found an anonymous note in the book. The typed note, which was given to security, referenced the author’s thoughts of harming him or herself. It is unknown as to when it was written. 

Loitering persons banned from returning to campus

7. Around midnight on Saturday, Sept. 18, members of the Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity notified security of two individuals hanging out by the rear of the house, seemingly without purpose. Upon seeing the responding officers, the suspects fled on their bikes over the pedestrian footbridge. Security stopped them on the other side. Police were called and both suspects were identified. The two individuals claimed to be on campus for a party. Both were warned to not return to UR.

Ostrander is a member of the class of 2013.

Information provided by UR Security.

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