Campus Crime and Incident Reports

Underage Drinking
November 2, 2013

University Police cited a University of Pittsburgh student for underage drinking at the corner of Forbes Avenue and Beeler Street. A security guard noticed the intoxicated student and requested assistance. The male was transported to a hospital for further treatment after CMU EMS deemed transport necessary.

A University of Pittsburgh student was cited for underage drinking after she was found intoxicated and sleeping on top of the laundry table inside the Margaret Morrison Apartment laundry room. University Police and EMS were summoned to assist after a concerned individual found the female. The female was transported to a hospital for further treatment.

Bicycle Theft
November 2, 2013

A Carnegie Mellon student reported his bicycle stolen from the bike walk near the Purnell Center. The victim stated that he secured his Hunter brand bicycle outside of Purnell on Oct. 30, 2013 at noon. The victim stated that he returned to find the bike missing at 9:30 p.m. on Nov. 2. The victim stated that the cable lock, which was securing the bicycle, was also stolen.

Alcohol Amnesty
November 3, 2013

University Police and EMS were summoned to Mudge House and Scobell House in reference to two incidents with intoxicated students. Both students were transported to the hospital for further treatment. Both incidents met criteria for Alcohol Amnesty to be applied.

Hit and Run
November 3, 2013

A Carnegie Mellon student reported that his vehicle was struck in the parking lot behind 1091 Morewood Avenue in the Greek Quad. Police and the victim were unable to determine who struck the victim’s vehicle.

Laptop Theft
November 6, 2013

University Police were summoned to Doherty Hall in reference to a theft report. The victim stated that they left their laptop unattended in a Doherty Hall 1200 corridor classroom from 1:30 p.m. until 10:30 p.m., when they realized the laptop was missing. This investigation is ongoing.

Defiant Trespass Citation
November 8, 2013

University Police responded to a call for a suspicious male harassing two Carnegie Mellon students. Police identified the man and confirmed that he was not affiliated with Carnegie Mellon and was previously trespassing in campus residence halls. The man was cited for defiant trespass and released from the scene.