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Campus Crime and Incident

Vehicle Incident
Jan. 25, 2014

University Police assisted the Pittsburgh Police at the intersection of Euclid and Centre avenues, after a sedan crashed into the back of a Carnegie Mellon escort/shuttle bus. No one was hurt during the accident. The sedan was towed from the scene. The Carnegie Mellon bus was not damaged during the accident.

Assisting an Outside Agency/Disorderly Conduct
Jan. 25, 2014

University Police responded to a Beeler Street address, along with the Pittsburgh Police. The Pittsburgh Police cited two Carnegie Mellon students for disorderly conduct while on scene. The party dispersed upon police request.

Underage Drinking
Jan. 25, 2014

Two students were cited for underage drinking, after University Police responded to the request of a resident assistant in Morewood Gardens. Officers disposed of the alcohol on scene and ensured that the party dispersed.

Odor of Natural Gas
Jan. 26, 2014

University Police and the Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire were summoned to the Residence on Fifth in reference to an odor of natural gas. Officers and fire personnel were unsuccessful in detecting any leaks or confirming that there was natural gas inside of the building. Officers determined that the odor was likely from the construction taking place at the intersection of Fifth Avenue and Neville Street.

Theft of Painting/Office Supplies
Jan. 26, 2014

A painting valued at $500 was unlawfully taken from a first-floor room of Roberts Hall. The painting was believed to be taken between Jan. 24–Jan. 27. It was later reported that over winter break, various office supplies, including paper and toner for printers, were also unlawfully taken from the same area. University Police are investigating both incidents.

Noise Complaint
Jan. 26, 2014

University Police were summoned to the basement level of the University Center in reference to a sit-in protest that was taking place outside of a staff member’s office. University Police and student life representatives responded to the area and spoke to the individuals participating in the protest. An agreement was made among all parties so that the students were able to express themselves without disrupting daily activity.

Theft of Wallet
Jan. 26, 2014

A student reported that his wallet was stolen from a third-floor study lounge in Resnik House. The student stated that he left his wallet unattended in the lounge, from 10:30 a.m. until 11:15 a.m. The University Police are investigating this incident.