Crime and incident

Public Drunkenness

18 February 2006
at 00:56

Campus Police responded to a student needing medical treatment due to intoxication outside the University Center. When police responded to the scene, one of the student’s friends began to interfere with police assistance. Police issued the friend a citation for public drunkenness.

**Vehicle Damage **

19 February 2006
at 10:00

The complainant called Campus Police and said he found the rear window of his vehicle broken. The complainant’s car, a green Mitsubishi Galant, was parked in the fraternity quad parking lot overnight. Nothing appeared to be missing.

Disorderly Conduct

19 February 2006
at 16:20

Campus Police received an anonymous call that two males were involved in a confrontation outside the music rooms in Morewood Gardens D Tower. Both actors were still at the scene when the police arrived. The actors admitted to fighting and were issued warnings.

Criminal Attempt

22 February 2006
at 08:26

A faculty member told police that unknown persons attempted to defraud him of money through an eBay purchase. The case was turned over to the FBI’s Pittsburgh field office for further investigation. The incident occurred off campus.

Burglary — Forcible Entry

22 February 2006
at 15:10

A complainant called Campus Police and reported that the latch to the complainant’s door in Margaret Morrison Hall had been pried open with a crowbar or hammer. The complainant noticed missing items, including power tools.

Suspicious Person

23 February 2006
at 00:24

Campus Police noticed an older man standing in front of Skibo Gym. The actor, who was noticeably talking to himself, requested medical attention. Campus Police transported the actor to UPMC Presbyterian Hospital for treatment.


23 February 2006
at 14:01

A university employee stated that unknown individuals had removed her wallet from her jacket. The complainant’s jacket was sitting in the hallway of the catering office area in the University Center.