Campus Crime and Incident
Underage Drinking/Noise Complaint
Aug. 30, 2013
University Police were summoned to a second-floor room in Resnik House in response to a noise complaint. Officers identified several students as underage and issued 12 underage drinking citations. Two citations were issued to the room’s tenants for furnishing minors with alcoholic beverages.
Alcohol Amnesty/False ID Charge
Aug. 31, 2013
University Police along with CMU EMS responded to the second floor of Mudge House A Tower in reference to an intoxicated female. During the course of this call, officers recovered a fake ID. Alcohol Amnesty applies to this incident in reference to any alcohol offenses; however, the student was charged with carrying false identification.
Assisting an Outside Agency-Robbery
Sept. 1, 2013
A Carnegie Mellon student was robbed by a man on a bicycle near 128 N. Craig St. at approximately noon. The victim’s iPhone was stolen when a perpetrator, described as a black male in his 20s with dark shorts and black shirt, rode by, grabbed the cell phone, and continued on his bicycle out of sight on N. Craig Street. The Pittsburgh Bureau of Police is investigating this incident.
Sept. 2, 2013
A University Police officer on patrol observed a University of Pittsburgh student carrying two alcoholic beverage containers. When the student saw the police vehicle, he tossed the beverage containers into nearby shrubs. The officer identified the male as being under the legal drinking age of 21 years old. The male was cited for underage drinking and released from the scene.
Theft- Art Supplies
Sept. 3, 2013
A Carnegie Mellon student contacted the University Police to file a theft report. The student stated that the lock on his assigned locker in the B300 corridor of Doherty Hall had been cut off. The victim had $250 in art supplies stolen from the locker between Aug. 29, at 5:15 p.m., and Sept. 1, at 5 p.m. This investigation is ongoing.
Hit and Run Incident
Sept. 4, 2013
University Police responded to the parking lot behind 1085 Morewood Ave. in the Greek Quad after a student reported her vehicle had been struck by another vehicle. University Police investigated the incident and determined that another Carnegie Mellon student had struck the victim’s parked vehicle with their own vehicle. University Police issued a citation for the hit and run offense.