Crime and Incident

Public Drunkenness

Oct. 28, 2012

A Carnegie Mellon security officer on a foot patrol of the Greek Quad observed an extremely intoxicated student behind the Kappa Sigma fraternity house. University Police and Carnegie Mellon EMS were summoned to assist. The male was treated on scene by EMS and will be cited for public drunkenness.

Alcohol Amnesty

Oct. 28, 2012

University Police and Carnegie Mellon EMS responded to the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity house to tend to an intoxicated Carnegie Mellon student. He was transported to the hospital for further treatment. Alcohol Amnesty applied to this incident.


Oct. 29, 2012

University Police were summoned to Wean Hall for a theft report. A Carnegie Mellon graduate student and faculty member noticed several items missing over the last few weeks, including documents considered to be intellectual property. The thefts occurred in the 6300 corridor of Wean Hall. University Police are investigating this among other incidents that occurred in Wean Hall during the past few weeks.


Oct. 29, 2012

University Police were summoned to take a report of a stolen MacBook Pro laptop. The owner of the computer stated that, between the hours of 5 and 10 p.m. on Oct. 26, her laptop was taken out of Margaret Morrison. The laptop is valued at $1,300. The owner stated that she also had a camera in the area, but the camera was not taken. This investigation is ongoing.


Oct. 30, 2012

University Police took a theft report from a Carnegie Mellon student who lives in the Residence on Fifth. The student stated that she believes that she accidentally left her iPod in her room when she went home on Oct. 17. When she returned, she discovered that her iPod was not there. University Police are following up.

Attempted Burglary

Oct. 31, 2012

University Police are looking into an attempted burglary of Carnegie Museums offices in the Graphic Arts Technical Foundation building. The crime occurred between Tuesday evening and Wednesday morning. Anyone with information should contact University Police. Information can be given confidentially.


Nov. 1, 2012

An investigation into the theft of food and other property from CulinArt Services led to the arrest of two of their employees on Thursday. They admitted to a string of thefts and are being charged with theft, receiving stolen property, and criminal conspiracy.