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Campus crime and incident

Underage Drinking
March 21, 2014

University Police responded to the third floor of Resnik House after complaints about a loud party. Officers found and confiscated a large amount of alcohol on the scene, and cited 14 students for underage drinking.

Disorderly Conduct
March 21, 2014

University Police responded to the fourth floor of Webster Hall after noise complaints. Officers arrived and dispersed a party, citing a Carnegie Mellon student for disorderly conduct after he was found in possession of marijuana. University Police also confiscated all illegal contraband.

Public Drunkenness
March 23, 2014

A Carnegie Mellon student was stopped by a University Police officer on patrol. The student, who was visibly intoxicated while walking along Forbes Avenue, was cited for public drunkenness and was taken to the hospital by city medics.

Underage Drinking
March 23, 2014

University Police were summoned to Gesling Stadium to check on the well-being of a male student stumbling across the field. After being evaluated by CMU EMS, the student was left in the care of his friend and cited for underage drinking.

Defiant Trespass
March 23, 2014

A University Police officer on patrol noticed someone who had previously been issued a defiant trespass notice walking into the College of Fine Arts building. After confirming the trespasser’s identity, the officer cited him for defiant trespass and escorted him off campus.

Retail Theft
March 25, 2014

A Carnegie Mellon student was cited internally after confessing to stealing an orange from Entropy+. The student was cited internally at the request of the store’s management.

Bicycle Theft
March 26, 2014

A Carnegie Mellon student reported that his bicycle was stolen after he left it unsecured on the porch in front of 1091 Morewood Ave., near the Greek Quadrangle. The victim told University Police that his Trek mountain bicycle was taken between 4:30 p.m. and 9 a.m. of the next morning. This investigation is ongoing.

**Computer Charger Theft*
March 27, 2014

At 1:30 p.m., a Carnegie Mellon student reported that his laptop charger was missing from the third floor of Hunt Library. University Police used the library’s newly installed camera system to determine a suspect. This investigation is ongoing.