Campus Crime and Incident
Sept. 6, 2013
A University Police officer on patrol stopped on Fifth Avenue to check on a student’s well-being. The male student and his friend confirmed that they had been drinking. Both men were under the legal drinking age and received underage drinking citations.
Sept. 7, 2013
University Police were summoned to Hamerschlag House this week when a student reported his bike stolen from the building’s bicycle rack. The student had secured the Cannondale bicycle at 8 p.m. and realized that the lock had been cut and the bike stolen at midnight. This investigation is ongoing.
Sept. 7, 2013
University Police, University of Pittsburgh police, and city police officers were dispatched to the area of Forbes Avenue and South Craig Street in reference to an attempted robbery. The victims stated that an African American male with a thin build demanded marijuana and money from the two victims. When the victims told the suspect that they had neither, he threatened to shoot them and gestured to a black handgun tucked in his waistband. The suspect then fled the scene. The Pittsburgh Bureau of Police is investigating this incident.
Sept. 8, 2013
University Police and CMU EMS responded to the lobby of Resnik House in reference to an intoxicated male. The police were contacted after a resident assistant unsuccessfully attempted to stop the male from leaving the area. The male was later transported to the hospital by city medics, and cited for underage drinking.
Internal Discipline Citation
Sept. 9, 2013
A Carnegie Mellon student received a Carnegie Mellon internal discipline citation for disorderly conduct as a result of his behavior and interaction with a University Police officer in reference to a parking complaint.
Laptop and Cellphone Theft
Sept. 11, 2013
University Police were summoned to the University Center in reference to a theft report. The victim stated that she left her cell phone and laptop unattended for 10-15 minutes on a table outside the exercise room on the second floor around 9:40 p.m. When she returned, the items were gone.
Sept. 12, 2013
University Police were summoned to the University Center Bookstore when someone activated the panic alarm. Officers were informed that an Indian male between 20 and 30 years old had grabbed a Carnegie Mellon sweatshirt and exited the bookstore in the direction of the Cut. This investigation is ongoing.