Campus crime and incident

Suspicious Vehicle
Aug. 15, 2014

University Police were summoned to the Mellon Institute of Industrial Research on Saturday after reports of a suspicious vehicle. When officers arrived, they found a pickup truck full of scrap metal. After a traffic stop, the officers found that the truck was violating multiple sections of the vehicle code and was towed from the scene. The driver, who is not affiliated with Carnegie Mellon, was issued three citations for various vehicle code violations.

Driving Under the Influence
Aug. 17, 2014

University Police, along with Pittsburgh Police, responded to S. Bellefield Avenue to find a male sleeping in a vehicle. After further investigation, Pittsburgh Police identified the male as a Carnegie Mellon student and placed him under arrest for driving under the influence.

Underage Drinking
Aug. 19, 2014

A Carnegie Mellon security officer reported an intoxicated female outside of the Software Engineering Institute, whom Carnegie Mellon police identified as a University of Pittsburgh student. The female student was escorted to the hospital for treatment and cited for underage drinking.

Underage Drinking and Noise Complaint
Aug. 19, 2014

University Police responded to Stever House after noise complaints about a loud party. Five students on the fourth floor were issued citations for underage drinking after being found in possession of alcohol.

Underage Drinking
Aug. 20, 2014

Three Carnegie Mellon students were cited for underage drinking after University Police responded to the first floor of Morewood Gardens at the request of a resident assistant. Upon arrival, officers disposed of multiple bottles of alcohol.