Crime and Incident


Feb. 7, 2010

An unknown person broke a window at the Tepper School of Business with a baseball glove. University Police checked the area, but were unable to locate the actor.


Feb. 8, 2010

A woman fell on the ice and suffered a possible broken leg.

Vehicle Collision

Feb. 12, 2010

University Police received a report of a vehicle collision in the Morewood parking lot. The caller said that someone backed into her vehicle and that the second car was under her bumper. The police responded but found that the cars were barely touching each other and were not damaged.

Suspicious Person

Feb. 12, 2010

A desk attendant reported that an unshaven, suspicious man wearing a hat and trench coat came to the front desk, but did not produce an ID. The man asked if he could warm his hands before producing an ID. However, after the attendant provided a space heater, the man still did not show an ID.

The attendant asked the man to leave, at which point the man complimented the desk attendant on a job well done and left the building. The next on-duty desk attendant was asked to call University Police if the man returned, and police units were asked to check the area.

Vehicle Collision

Feb. 14, 2010

A vehicle struck a pedestrian on Forbes Avenue. Bystanders called 911, and emergency medical units were dispatched. University Police and city of Pittsburgh police cleared the scene and re-opened Forbes.


Feb. 14, 2010

University Police received a report of graffiti in the restroom of the Gates Hillman Complex. Service personnel were requested to report for cleanup.

Suspicious Activity

Feb. 15, 2010

University Police were dispatched to respond to suspicious activity reported behind 311 S. Craig St. University Police were notified of possible drug activity, but when they responded to the location, no actors were found. The city of Pittsburgh police were notified.

Suspicious Persons

Jan. 28, 2010

Two men were witnessed peering into windows and doors, apparently trying to gain access to Doherty Hall. The individuals were reported to be white males: one wearing a jacket and cowboy hat, the other in a black, long jacket.