Crime and Incident

Odor of Marijuana

Sept. 14, 2012

University Police responded to a room in Morewood Gardens for a report of an odor of marijuana. An officer confiscated a small amount of marijuana from two students in the room. Both will be cited for this incident.

Underage Drinking

Sept. 15, 2012

University Police responded to Scobell Hall to meet with a CA who said there was an underage and intoxicated female in the building. Officers determined that the female was conscious and alert, and was not in need of medical attention, but she was cited on scene for underage drinking.

Alcohol Amnesty

Sept. 16, 2012

University Police and Carnegie Mellon EMS responded to Doherty Apartments for an intoxicated male. The Carnegie Mellon student had been drinking at the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity and then at an unknown address. EMS evaluated and completed an initial treatment of the patient.

University Police completed a transport to the hospital for further treatment. Alcohol Amnesty applied to this incident.


Sept. 17, 2012

University Police responded to Delta Gamma sorority to take a theft report. The female stated that her wallet was left in the University Center’s women’s locker room on Sept. 16 at 11 p.m. in an unsecured locker.

The owner stated that the cash in her wallet was noticed missing at 1 a.m. the following day. Approximately $85–90 was taken.

Police will view video footage of the locker room entrance during the time frame in which the theft occurred. This case is under investigation.


Sept. 18, 2012

University Police officers responded to Margaret Morrison Apartments to take a report of a theft. The reporting student noticed his longboard, valued at $200, was missing from the common area during a Pi Delta Psi new members meeting earlier in the day.

University Police will continue to investigate this incident.


Sept. 19, 2012

University Police took a report of the theft of a potted plant, valued at $300, from the top of the Grand Staircase in Newell-Simon Hall. Anyone with information about the theft is asked to contact the University Police.