Riverview car accident

Courtesy of rochester.edu

1. On March 2, at 12:25 a.m., a UR security vehicle and a Regional Transit Service bus collided in an accident on Plymouth Ave. near Riverview Apartments, UR Security Investigator Roger Keirsbilck said.

The security officer was looking for a man who had reportedly been exposing himself.

The officer slowed and signaled a left-hand turn onto Barton Street.  When the bus tried to pass  and struck the driver’s side of the car.

The security car was pushed approximately 50 feet until it stopped at the curb. The bus driver admitted that he had tried to pass on the left because he started to slide and could not stop in time.

The officer was removed from the car by the Rochester Fire Department and taken to the Strong Memorial Hospital Emergency Department on a backboard. The officer complained of head pain.

There were no passengers on the bus.

The security car was severely damaged and towed.

Student sleeps in LeChase Hall

2. On March 4, at 6:44 a.m., security officers found a woman sleeping on a bench in Raymond E. LeChase Hall. When officers woke her up, she identified herself as an undergraduate.

She said that she had fallen asleep while studying.

Officers then escorted her from the building.

Projector screen damaged 

3. On March 1, a damaged projector screen in Dewey Hall was reported to security.

The screen had been installed the day before.

It appeared that the screen had been pulled from its mount due to several missing screws and a broken bracket. The bottom of the projector screen was also damaged.

Snowballs thrown at Security vehicle 

4. On Feb. 27, at 9:33 a.m., two juveniles reportedly threw snowballs at a Security officer’s car in the parking lot near Brook’s Landing.

When the officer went to speak to them, they ran off into the nearby neighborhood.

Rochester Police responded and told the officer that there had been several similar reports in the area.

The Security car was not damaged, and the kids were not found.

Remus is a member of the class of 2016.

Information provided by UR Security.



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