1. Fred Doty, 51, of Rochester was arrested for entering the Eastman School of Music after having previously been issued a ban form to stay off University property.
According to UR Security Investigator Daniel Lafferty, Security officers were alerted by individuals in the facility who saw the suspect walking around and asking people strange questions. Officers initially escorted the suspect out of the facility and issued him a warning. Officers then saw the suspect back in another area in the complex. He was removed from the property by police.
Blackberry burglar strikes at Goergen
2. A student filed a report for the theft of a Blackberry phone in Goergen Athletic Center on Monday, Jan. 31. The victim was running on the indoor track and had left his or her belongings by the side of the track.
Upon returning ten minutes later, the victim discovered that the phone was gone. According to Lafferty, the theft occurred around 3 p.m.
The victim has not yet filed a police report.
Drunken visitor causes
ruckus at Crosby
3. At 2:35 a.m. on Sunday, Jan. 30, officers received reports of a person banging on the door of Crosby Hall and yelling at the occupants. Responding to the scene, officers located the culprit and identified him as a student’s visitor, although the student did not want the culprit to stay. Officers determined alcohol was a contributing factor to the suspect’s behavior.
According to Lafferty, the suspect called a friend for a ride and waited for it at an off-campus location.
Student injured during ice skating outing
4. At 10:57 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 28, officers transported a student from the Genesee Valley Park Ice Rink to Strong Memorial Hospital Emergency Department for medical attention. According to Lafferty, he had fallen while skating and sustained a laceration to his upper lip.
by unidentified suspect
5. Officers patrolling the Riverview Apartments at 2:20 a.m. on Friday, Jan. 28 heard the sound of glass breaking and falling to the ground outside Building B. Officers responded to the third floor, where they found a window broken by an unidentified suspect.
According to Lafferty, immediate and surrounding areas were checked for the suspect, but the search was unsuccessful. Somerset management was notified and responded to board up the window.
Students set off alarm at Interfaith Chapel
6. Officers responding to the intrusion alarm at 10:42 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 26 at the lower level of Interfaith Chapel found the cause of the alarm to be two students who had been in the facility, not realizing it was closed. Both students left without incident.
by UR Security.