Police Blotter: 10/28-11/3

All information according to University Police


8:50 a.m. – A resident adviser (RA) in Hadley Village complained of a natural gas odor coming from the area around the building. Maintenance found a small leak in one of the dryers.

10:46 a.m. – A caller reported a dog in a vehicle and was concerned for its wellbeing. UPD reported the dog was fine. The windows were open and the dog had food. UPD said they would check back periodically.

6:06 p.m. – A UB student reported a suspicious male looking under vehicles in either Baird B or Slee B Parking Lot. The male was described as a white male, medium build, 5-foot-10 and wearing a brown leather jacket. Patrols were dispatched, but did not find anything.

11:28 p.m. – A UB student reported experiencing a kidney stone and requested medical attention. Patrol was dispatched and an ambulance was called. The student was transported to Sisters of Charity Hospital of Buffalo.


12:16 a.m. – A caller reported a female UB student accidently cut off the tip of her finger while working on an architecture project in Parker Hall. Patrols were dispatched and the student was transported to Erie County Medical Center.


10:08 p.m. – A First Transit bus driver reported students dropping eggs on the buses in the tunnel of the Ellicott complex. Patrol in the area could not find anything.


2:21 a.m. – An RA reported a subject that did not belong on her floor was trying to open doors and stating he lived there.

2:22 a.m. – An RA reported a subject that does not live in Dewey Hall was hanging out in the lounge. He refused to leave and made another resident uncomfortable.


6:11 a.m. – A UB student called to report another UB student had posted pictures of her on Facebook without her permission. The subject who posted the pictures was identified by his Facebook name. Dispatch ran his name through the system, but could not find anything.

7:14 p.m. – An RA reported unknown people had stolen and vandalized exit signs from Goodyear Hall.


1:12 a.m. – A caller reported three white males acting suspiciously around Hadley Village, near the parking lot. UPD was dispatched. They identified three UB students and advised them for acting suspiciously. Around 6:30 a.m., a complainant reported two individuals pushing a third individual into a car trunk. The subjects were interviewed and patrol determined the subjects were just “goofing around.”

10:10 a.m. – A caller reported a suspicious male tearing posters from the walls of the second floor of Baird Hall. UPD reported the subject as a white male, with black curly hair, heavy build, with large calves and wearing a brown sweatshirt and khaki shorts. UPD reported no damage done to poster boards, just ripped posters on the floor. The subject also did the same in Clemens Hall.

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