Crime and Incident

Underage Drinking

April 9, 2011

During a routine patrol, Carnegie Mellon Police stopped a male who was observed to be obstructing traffic on Fifth Avenue.

The male was intoxicated and under the age of 21. He was issued a citation and taken home.

Alcohol Amnesty

April 9, 2011

Officers, along with Carnegie Mellon EMS, responded to Hamerschlag House for a report of an intoxicated male who was sick in the bathroom.

The male was taken to UPMC in Shadyside for treatment.

Bicycle Theft

April 9, 2011

University Police responded to a report that that a bicycle, valued at $500, had been stolen on March 8 from the Wean Hall bike rack.

No serial numbers or model numbers were known and the bicycle was not registered with the University Police. The owner reported that he had secured the bike with a cable lock. This case is still under investigation.

Attempted Bicycle Theft

April 9, 2011

Officers responded to Webster Hall for a report of a black male of average height and build, with long braided hair, and wearing a red sweatshirt who was seen outside of Webster Hall around the bicycle rack. This male was reported to have been grabbing the bicycles in attempt to free them from the bicycle rack.

The reporting party stated that the male left the area for a short period of time then returned with some type of a pry bar. The male continued to attempt to pry bicycles from the rack. When the male was confronted by a tenant, he fled through Saint Paul’s Cathedral’s rear parking lot toward North Craig Street.


April 12, 2011

University Police responded to the Purnell Center for a theft report. Various make-up and costume items were taken from a basement room in Purnell between 5:30 and 6:30 p.m. This incident is still under investigation.

Alcohol Amnesty

April 13, 2011

University Police responded to West Wing dormitories for a report of Alcohol Amnesty and a student who had locked himself in a bathroom. Officers were able to free the student and had Carnegie Mellon EMS check him as a precautionary measure.

Motor Vehicle Accident

April 13, 2011

Officers responded to Frew Street for a report of a motor vehicle accident. Upon the officers’ arrival, no parties were injured and insurance information was exchanged.