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Campus crime & incident reports

Alcohol amnesty/underage drinking
Oct. 25, 2014

University Police and CMU EMS were summoned to the Woodlawn Apartments after receiving a call for alcohol amnesty. Because the call met the criteria for alcohol amnesty, no citations were given. Medical aid was provided.

University Police and CMU EMS also responded to Webster Apartments after reports of a male student who “drank too much.” Medical aid was provided and the student was cited for underage drinking.

Alcohol amnesty
Oct. 26, 2014

University Police and CMU EMS responded to the Intramural Field after a call for alcohol amnesty was made. Medical aid was provided, and because the call met the criteria for alcohol amnesty, no citations were given.

ID card theft
Oct. 27, 2014

A Carnegie Mellon student filed a theft report regarding her Carnegie Mellon ID card. The student said that she left her ID card unattended in the Morewood Gardens computer cluster for approximately three minutes, around 12:30 a.m. When the victim returned to the area, her ID card was missing.

Services theft
Oct. 27, 2014

A local taxi cab driver called University Police to report a Carnegie Mellon student who did not pay his $50 cab fare two days prior. University Police worked with Student Life to compensate the driver for the lost fare.

Terroristic threats
Oct. 27, 2014

A Carnegie Mellon staff member said that he received threatening messages on his Carnegie Mellon voicemail. The investigation for this incident is ongoing.

Criminal mischief
Oct. 31, 2014

University Police are investigating an incidence of criminal mischief after they responded to Margaret Morrison Apartments to find that milk had been poured into an exterior card reader, causing about $500 worth of damage. University Police are working to identify the persons involved in this incident.