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1. On March 22, at 4:22 p.m., UR Security officers responded to a smoke alarm in Crosby. Officers learned that a lamp had fallen from a bedside table causing a nearby mattress cover to smolder. The student poured water over the mattress, UR Security Investigator Roger Keirsbilck said.

The smoke triggered the fire alarm, causing the Rochester Fire Department to arrive a the scene.

Firefighters ventilated the room and found no other hazards.

The mattress cover was discarded, and no other damage was noted. No injuries were reported.

Drunk trespasser placed into custody

2. On March 23, at 12:15 p.m., security officers were called to Messinger Hall at the Eastman School of Music after reports of an intoxicated man.

A staff member on the third floor reported that the man had entered their office asking to use the telephone.

The man was seen drinking from a water cooler.

The staff member told the man to wait outside the office.

When officers found the man in the building lobby, he said that he had been to the third floor to use the restroom.

The officers identified the man and found he had been previously warned for trespassing.

Rochester Police officers took the man into custody.

Students trespassing on Eastman roof

3. On March 25, at 2:05 p.m. Secuirty officers responded to an exit door alarm on the roof of Eastman Theatre.

Officers located two undergradutes on the roof of the theater.

The students claimed they were on the roof taking pictures and unaware they weren’t supposed to be on the roof.

Officers escorted the students back inside.

Student forgets camera equipment in Hoyt

4. On March 21, at 11:45 a.m., a student reported losing a camera and equipment from the Hoyt Hall Auditorium.

The student said he accidentally left the items there for several hours and returned to find them missing. The camera and equpiment belonged to the university.

No report was filed.

Smith is a member of the class of 2014.

Information provided by UR Security.



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