Campus Crime and Incident

Campus Crime and Incident

Jacket Theft
Sept. 27, 2013

University Police were summoned to the University Center regarding a stolen jacket. The victim stated that her jacket was stolen from Hamburg Hall Level A sometime between 6 p.m. on Sept. 23 and 11 a.m. on Sept. 25.

Loud Party
Sept. 28, 2013

University Police were summoned to the third floor of Hamerschlag House in reference to a loud party. When they arrived, they confirmed that underage drinking was occurring before identifying the individuals in the noisy room. Six students received underage drinking citations.

Underage Drinking
Sept. 28, 2013

University Police stopped to check on the welfare of a Carnegie Mellon student traveling on foot at the intersection of Forbes and Morewood avenues. The officer observed that the male student was unsteady on his feet, and determined that he was intoxicated and in need of minor medical attention. The student was taken to the hospital, and later cited for underage drinking.

Hit and Run
Sept. 30, 2013

University Police responded to an incident on Frew Street after a male reported that his vehicle, while legally parked on Frew Street, was struck between 5:30 p.m. and 9:15 p.m. There was damage to the left side of the victim’s vehicle; however, the officers and the victim could not determine who had struck the black sedan. If anyone has pertinent information, please contact University Police.

Saxophone Theft
Oct. 2, 2013

A student summoned University Police to Margaret Morrison Carnegie Hall about a theft. The victim stated that he had secured his saxophone in a vestibule in a first floor classroom in the building at 8 p.m. on Sept. 30. When he returned at 1 a.m. last Tuesday, his saxophone was gone. This investigation is ongoing.

Public Drunkenness
Oct. 4, 2013

University Police responded to the intersection of Forbes Avenue and Devon Road just after midnight last Friday after receiving a report of a nude male lying in the road. Upon arriving, police confirmed that the male was nude and not a Carnegie Mellon affiliate. The male, who the police confirmed was intoxicated, was transported to the hospital by city medics and will be cited for open lewdness as well as public drunkenness.