1. An underage undergraduate student was found unconscious next to a toilet in the second floor restroom of the Community Living Center on Sunday, Oct. 16 at 3:58 a.m.
According to UR Security Investigator Daniel Lafferty, officers were able to rouse the student, who told them he had consumed 14 consecutive shots of vodka in a two-hour time frame.
He was transported via ambulance to the Strong Memorial Hospital Emergency Department for evaluation and care.
Food allergies ail unaware student
2. An undergraduate student was transported by Security to Strong Memorial Hospital from Tiernan Hall after suffering an allergic reaction to food on Saturday, Oct. 15 at 5:15 p.m.
According to Lafferty, the student was not aware that the food contained an ingredient that would incite an allergic reaction.
Bike thief too quick in dramatic chase
3. A student notified Security after that student’s bike was stolen from outside of Todd Union on Friday, Oct. 14 at 11:01 p.m. The individual saw and pursued the suspect who was riding the bike up the ramp between Strong Auditorium and Lattimore Hall, Lafferty said.
The student called Security while following the suspect, who dropped the bike as he came up the stairs outside Meliora Hall facing Harkness Hall and ran back down the stairs.
Officers checked the surrounding areas for the suspect with negative results. The victim said that the cable bike lock on the bike had been cut and taken by the suspect. The victim decided not to file a police report.
Excessive studying sounds the alarm
4. The intrusion alarm at Rush Rhees Library was activated on Friday, Oct. 14 at 10:28 p.m.
According to Lafferty, officers concluded that a student caused the alarm. The student claimed to have lost track of time while studying in the stacks and was advised and warned without further incident.
Gas just keeps leaking on Intercampus Drive
5. Security responded to a report of a vehicle leaking gas in the Intercampus Drive Lot on Monday, Oct. 17 at 10:35 p.m.
Officers discovered a considerable amount of gas that had leaked from a parked vehicle. The Rochester Fire Department was notified and responded to cover the leaked gas with grease absorbant.
While on scene for the first leak, another vehicle leaking gas further down the lot was reported by the owner of the car. The Fire Department proceeded to place absorbant material on this gas as well.
Initial reports indicate that one vehicle had a puncture of some sort in a gas line and that the second had a puncture in the gas tank itself, according to Lafferty.
The cause of the punctures has yet to be determined, and Security is still unclear as to whether the two incidents are related.
Buletti is a member of the class of 2013.
Information provided by UR Security.