Crime and incident
Sept. 4, 2015
University Police responded to the intersection of Tech and Frew Streets after a disoriented male fell off of his bicycle. Officers determined that the man, who was not a Carnegie Mellon affiliate, was intoxicated. Medical attention was provided and the man was cited for public intoxication.
Sept. 5, 2015
University Police responded to Morewood Avenue after receiving a bicycle theft report. A Carnegie Mellon student reported that he placed his bicycle inside on Aug. 5, and the white Miyata bicycle was missing when he returned on Aug. 21.
Sept. 6, 2015
University Police responded to Margaret Morrison Apartments because of an intoxicated male. When police arrived, the student was provided medical attention and cited for underage drinking.
Sept. 6, 2015
University Police responded to the intersection of Forbes and Morewood Avenues after receiving a report of three intoxicated students. The three Carnegie Mellon students were provided with medical attention. This incident met the criteria for alcohol amnesty, and no citations were issued.
Sept. 7, 2015
University Police responded to a kitchen fire in Roselawn Terrace. When officers arrived at the scene, the fire had already been extinguished by Roselawn residents. Officers determined that the cause of the fire was a science experiment.
Sept. 9, 2015
A university security officer on patrol on Fifth Avenue was struck by an egg thrown from a passing vehicle. University Police searched the surrounding area, but were unable to locate the offending vehicle.
Sept. 10, 2015
University Police were summoned to the first floor of Roberts Hall to respond to a theft report. A Carnegie Mellon staff member reported that his $300 Coach briefcase was stolen from his office between 1 and 5:15 p.m. The briefcase, according to the staff member, contained items of personal and monetary value. A Carnegie Mellon student also reported her phone stolen from the office during the same time frame. This investigation is ongoing.