Crime and Incident
April 13, 2012
University Police responded to Hamerschlag House for a report of a stolen teal 2012 Wahoo mountain bike. The bike is valued between $400 and $600. The owner stated that he had parked and locked the bike in a rack under Hamerschlag House one week ago, and that when he returned, the bike and lock were gone. This case is currently under investigation.
April 14, 2012
Officers were dispatched to Mudge House for a report of an intoxicated male. The officers were told that the male attended a party and drank nine shots of vodka in a period of less than two hours. The male had fallen and struck his head and was vomiting upon the officers’ arrival. Pittsburgh medics were summoned, and they transported the male to UPMC Presbyterian Hospital. No citations were issued because of the Alcohol Amnesty program.
April 15, 2012
University Police were dispatched to the Delta Tau Delta fraternity house on reports of an 18-year-old intoxicated male who was breathing but unresponsive. Pittsburgh EMS was summoned. They treated the male and transported him to UPMC Presbyterian Hospital. The male will receive a citation for underage drinking in the mail.
April 15, 2012
Officers responded to Morewood Gardens for a report of an intoxicated female who had passed out in the restroom. The officers were told that the female had attended a party with two friends. The friends became concerned due to her level of intoxication and walked her home. She then became ill. Pittsburgh medics were summoned, and they transported the female to UPMC Presbyterian Hospital. No citations were issued because of the Alcohol Amnesty program.
April 16, 2012
Officers stopped a vehicle for driving without headlights after dark. The driver of the vehicle gave false identification to the officers. Further investigation revealed that his driver’s license was under suspension. The officers also discovered that he was in possession of illegal drugs. The male was arrested and taken to the Allegheny County Jail.
April 19, 2012
University Police were told by two separate complainants of a disorderly male screaming at passers-by as they walked on Forbes Avenue near Beeler Street. Responding officers located the male, who was a Carnegie Mellon student, and issued him a citation for disorderly conduct. He was warned that any further complaints would result in arrest.