News

Crime and Incident

Alcohol Amnesty

Sept. 8, 2012

University Police and Carnegie Mellon EMS responded to the Donner House basement for an unidentified and unconscious female lying on the couch. After EMS evaluated the female, it was decided that she should receive a transport to the hospital for further treatment. The female was identified as a student. Alcohol Amnesty applied to this incident.

Alcohol Amnesty

Sept. 8, 2012

University Police and Carnegie Mellon EMS were called to Mudge House for an intoxicated male passed out in a bathroom. Carnegie Mellon EMS evaluated the male and decided that transport was necessary. Alcohol Amnesty applied to this incident.

Alcohol Amnesty

Sept. 9, 2012

University Police and Carnegie Mellon EMS responded to Fairfax Apartments to treat an intoxicated male. The male was treated on scene and then transported to the hospital to receive further medical treatment. Alcohol Amnesty applied to this incident.

Underage Drinking

Sept. 9, 2012

University Police assisted the Pittsburgh police in extra patrol details that resulted in multiple citations to Carnegie Mellon students for underage drinking on Beeler Street. In addition to citing the students, officers confiscated multiple containers of alcohol during their patrol of Beeler Street.

Theft

Sept. 12, 2012

Carnegie Mellon Police took a bicycle theft report from a Carnegie Mellon student who reported that she locked her silver bicycle — model unknown — at the bike rack in the Morewood Gardens Courtyard on Tuesday at approximately 12:30 p.m. On Wednesday, she discovered that the bicycle had been stolen. The bike was valued at $500. The case is under investigation.

Vandalism Report

Sept. 10, 2012

University Police were summoned to take a vandalism report in a Wean Hall office. Several items were misplaced and scattered throughout the office in a chaotic manner. University Police photographed the room and are continuing to investigate this incident.

Fire

Sept. 13, 2012

University Police responded to a report of a fire at the Beta Theta Pi Fraternity House at 12:43 a.m. A resident of the fraternity house discovered a grease fire in the kitchen and activated the fire alarm pull station.

The student was able to extinguish the fire by utilizing a fire extinguisher. Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire responded, as did Pittsburgh city arson investigators. Preliminary information indicates that there may have been a problem with the grease trap in the kitchen.