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Campus Crime & Incident Reports

Underage Drinking
Feb. 15, 2013

University Police responded to Morewood Gardens in reference to a party with underage drinking. Officers arrived to find 11 individuals sharing a bottle of champagne. All 11 individuals were found to be underage and will be cited for underage drinking.

Underage Drinking
Feb. 16, 2013

University Police, along with CMU EMS, responded to the Morewood Gardens lobby in reference to an intoxicated male. The student was transported by city medics to a hospital for further treatment. The male will be cited for underage drinking and public drunkenness.

Assisting an Outside Agency
Feb. 16, 2013

A University Police officer responded to assist Pittsburgh Police at the Anderson Playground in Schenley Park in reference to two males lying in the weeds on the hillside above Panther Hollow Road. Police determined that the two University of Pittsburgh students were eating hallucinogenic mushrooms on the hillside. The University of Pittsburgh Police also responded to assist. The males will be cited by the University of Pittsburgh Police for disorderly conduct.

Attempted Burglary
Feb. 18, 2013

A Carnegie Mellon Project Manager contacted the University Police after he heard noise coming from the area of the newly purchased Carneige Mellon-owned house located at 4644 Filmore Street and found two males attempting to kick in the door at the rear of the residence. Police officers arrived and took the juveniles into custody until their parents could be summoned to take them away. A small amount of marijuana was found on the two males,; they are being cited for disorderly conduct.

Theft
Feb. 18, 2013

University Police were summoned to the B Level of Margaret Morrison Carnegie Hall in reference to a female student’s wallet being stolen around 6:30 p.m. The wallet was later turned in to the University Center Information Desk at approximately 7:10 p.m. with approximately $30–40 missing from the wallet. The UC Information Desk does not keep a record of the individuals who turn items in to the Information Desk, as to not incriminate good Samaritans attempting to turn in found property.

Request for University Police
Feb. 19, 2013

University Police responded to the second floor kitchen of the University Center when a CulinArt employee refused to leave the kitchen after his supervisor requested that he leave for the evening. University Police responded and spoke to the employee who left the scene without incident.