By TYLER ALICEA
Three crimes were reported and warranted the release of University Crime Alerts since Thursday, according to the University.
Police began investigating a report that a woman was raped between 10:30 p.m. on Thursday and 12:30 a.m. on Friday while attending a party at 6 South Ave. — the location of the Delta Upsilon fraternity — The Sun previously reported.
In addition, Cornell University Police received a report Saturday after a male victim was menaced at 410 Eddy St around 1:00 a.m, according to CUPD. The perpetrator threatened the victim with a knife and told the victim to move.
During the reported menacing, the victim was not injured, police say. The investigation will be conducted by the Ithaca Police Department due to the location of the crime.
The University also released a third crime alert this week on Saturday after police began investigating a report about a drug-induced assault at a fraternity which occurred at 11:30 p.m. last Monday, The Sun previously reported.
The incident took place at 118 McGraw Pl. — the location of the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity — after a female victim suffered a complete memory loss upon consuming a drink, The Sun reported.