Campus crime and incident
April 19, 2014
University Police and CMU EMS responded to the ninth floor of Webster Hall in reference to a call for Alcohol Amnesty. Appropriate medical aid was given and, due to the nature of the call, no citations were issued.
Theft of Bicycle Wheel
April 22, 2014
A Carnegie Mellon staff member summoned University Police to the bike racks on 311 S. Craig Street after receiving a theft report. The victim stated that her bicycle was secured to the bike racks, when the front wheel was stolen between April 21 and April 22. This investigation is ongoing.
April 22, 2014
University Police were summoned to the University Center in reference to a male who was previously issued a defiant trespass notice for entering the University Center and using its facilities. Police arrived and escorted the male from the property, after issuing him a citation for criminal trespass.
April 23, 2014
University Police responded to 4620 Henry Street in reference to a laptop theft. A staff member stated that her MacBook Pro laptop was unlawfully taken from her desk between April 22 and April 23. The victim stated that, while the laptop was in an unsecured room, people must swipe their ID cards to obtain access to the building. University Police are investigating this incident.
Defiant Trespass Notice
April 24, 2014
A University Police officer on foot patrol noticed a suspicious male she believed was attempting to enter a women’s restroom on campus. The non-Carnegie Mellon affiliate was stopped and identified. The male was subsequently issued a defiant trespass notice, forbidding him from Carnegie Mellon’s leased or owned property. The male was then escorted off of the property.