News

Crime and Incident

Public Intoxication
Sept. 17, 2010
University Police responded to Forbes Avenue and Bouquet Street at the request of University of Pittsburgh police officers who had found a Carnegie Mellon student intoxicated. The student was examined by Pittsburgh EMS and released.

Suspicious Person
Sept. 17, 2010
University Police responded when two Carnegie Mellon students reported being approached by a suspicious male on Forbes Avenue. The male was described as being 5'9'' and about 40 to 50 years old, having light-colored hair, wearing a white T-shirt, and appearing homeless. Officers checked the surrounding area for students being confronted by this suspicious person, with negative results.

Disorderly Person
Sept. 17, 2010
University Police were called to the College of Fine Arts during a concert to remove an unwanted person from backstage. The suspect was carrying false identification and was given both internal and state citations.

Alcohol Amnesty
Sept. 18, 2010
Carnegie Mellon EMS and Pittsburgh EMS were called to Morewood Gardens to assist University Police with a student who was extremely intoxicated. The student was taken to UPMC Presbyterian Hospital in an ambulance.

Fire Alarm Activation
Sept. 18, 2010
University Police and the Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire were dispatched to the Sigma Alpha Epsilon house in response to a fire alarm activation. Upon arrival, officers and fire fighters found that the cause of the alarm was the accidental discharge of a fire extinguisher.

Loud Party
Sept. 18, 2010
City of Pittsburgh Police and University Police responded to 5240 Forbes Ave. to assist in breaking up a large party of 100 to 200 people. The residents of the home could not be found. No legal action was taken by Carnegie Mellon Police.

Theft
Sept. 18, 2010
A student in Hunt Library reported a theft. He had left his Macintosh laptop computer unattended while he retrieved items from the printer. When he came back, the computer was gone.

Alcohol Amnesty
Sept. 19, 2010
University Police responded to Fifth Avenue between Neville and Clyde streets for a report of a student who was lying unconscious in the grass. Officers were able to wake up the student and get him home safely.

Alcohol Amnesty
Sept. 19, 2010
University Police, Carnegie Mellon EMS, and City of Pittsburgh EMS responded to Mudge House for a report of an intoxicated male. The student had been intoxicated and sick for a few hours before the police were informed. The student was treated and not transported to a hospital. Officers explained the alcohol amnesty policy to everyone on scene for future reference.

Medical
Sept. 19, 2010
A buggy crashed into a row of hay bales in the Chute on the Buggy free-roll course. The driver was extracted from the buggy safely and evaluated by Carnegie Mellon EMS. The student was given an ice pack and treated for minor injuries.

Theft
Sept. 19, 2010
University Police responded to a report of a stolen bicycle at Neville Apartments. The bike was secured to the rack in front of the building with a cable lock. The lock was found on scene intact and not cut, but the bike was missing.

Medical
Sept. 22, 2010
A student in Webster Hall reported a dislocated shoulder. Carnegie Mellon EMS and city of Pittsburgh EMS responded, and the student was transported to the hospital.

Suspicious Person
Sept. 22, 2010
A suspicious male was reported on the third floor of Hunt Library. The person was found and removed from the library by University Police. The person was also given a Defiant Trespass warning letter.

Lost Wallet
Sept. 23, 2010
University Police responded to Skibo Cafe for a report of a lost wallet. The area was checked by officers, and the victim was given assistance in canceling his credit cards.

Theft
Sept. 23, 2010
A student in Doherty Hall reported that his cell phone and his money were stolen from his backpack while it was in the coat room.