News

Crime and Incident

Theft

Sept. 24, 2010

University Police responded to the Gates Hillman Complex for a report of a theft that had occurred in the University Center’s women’s locker room. The victim did not notice anyone suspicious in the locker room.

Suspicious Person

Sept. 24, 2010

University Police responded to Warner Hall for a report of an older, light-skinned black male who seemed disoriented and was refusing to leave the area. On the police’s arrival, the male was asked to leave the area for questioning. Carnegie Mellon EMS and Pittsburgh EMS were called to evaluate the medical well-being of the male, who was then escorted to UPMC Presbyterian Hospital and issued a citation by the police.

Theft

Sept. 24, 2010

A staff member in the University Center reported that a black leather chair had been taken from Kirr Commons a few days earlier. The staff member commented that they were trying to find the chair on their own before involving the police.

Vehicle Break-In

Sept. 25, 2010

A vehicle break-in was reported in the early evening at the East Campus Garage. The passenger-side front window had been broken, and items were taken from the vehicle. This report is still under investigation by the University Police.

Disorderly Conduct

Sept. 28, 2010

University Police and City of Pittsburgh Police received reports that four white males were knocking over mailboxes near Forbes Avenue and Beeler Street.
One individual was caught, questioned, and made to pick up all of the mailboxes he knocked over. Student Life was notified, and internal citations were issued.

Bicycle Theft

Sept. 28, 2010

University Police responded to Stever House for a report of a bicycle theft from the bicycle rack in front of the building. There was no evidence of a defeated lock left at the scene. A description of the bicycle was taken by police for the investigation.

Vehicle Break-In

Sept. 28, 2010

University Police responded to the Software Engineering Institute for a report of a vehicle break-in that occurred in the Dithridge Street Garage. University Police are still investigating the report.