Crime and incident

Deborah Chu Nov 22, 2015

Disorderly Conduct
Nov. 14, 2015

University Police responded to complaints about an odor of marijuana at the Margaret Morrison Apartments. After searching the apartment of a Carnegie Mellon student, University Police recovered marijuana and other drug paraphernalia. The student was issued an internal citation for disorderly conduct.

Suspicious Person/ Suspicious Vehicle
Nov. 15, 2015

A University of Pittsburgh student submitted a report in regards to being followed by a suspicious vehicle whilst jogging through Oakland and the Carnegie Mellon campus. The student told University Police that the driver of the vehicle passed her several times, parked in different locations, and then watched her as she jogged past. A joint investigation between the City of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon police is ongoing.

Theft of Bench
Nov. 16, 2015

A Carnegie Mellon student reported that a bench was unlawfully taken from the porch of a sorority in the Greek Quad. The student advised University Police that the bench was taken sometime between Nov. 12 at 5 p.m. and Nov. 13 at 12:30 p.m. The bench has since been returned.

Harassment
Nov. 17, 2015

The manager of a restaurant in the Jared L. Cohon University Center advised University Police that he had received several harassing phone calls from a former employee. University Police made contact with the former employee and advised him that if he returned to Carnegie Mellon property or continued calling his former employer he would be subject to arrest.

Theft of Backpacks
Nov. 18, 2015

Two Carnegie Mellon students advised University Police that their backpacks were unlawfully removed from Porter Hall sometime between 9:15 and 10:30 a.m. The backpacks reportedly contained the students’ laptops, credit cards, cash, and other personal items. An investigation is ongoing.

Suspicious Person
Nov. 20, 2015

A Carnegie Mellon student advised University Police that on Nov. 17, a suspicious male approached her outside of Webster Hall asking for $1 in order to take a Port Authority Bus. After giving the male the money, the student then stated that he then requested an extra $10 in order to take a cab. The student described the person as a white male in his early thirties, with a tall, skinny build, and blonde hair.