Campus crime and incident reports
Sept. 12, 2015
A University Officer stopped a student who appeared to be intoxicated on the sidewalk by the East Campus Garage. Officers and CMU EMS were called to the scene and provided medical aid to the student. The student was charged with public drunkenness and disorderly conduct. He was taken into custody, where he was given medical attention.
Sept. 12, 2015
University Police arrived at Get Go on Baum Boulevard in response to a vehicle that struck a Carnegie Mellon escort bus. No one was injured, and University Police obtained a statement from the driver who struck the bus.
Sept. 13, 2015
A male student was reported to be intoxicated and possibly entrapped in a bathroom at the first year Mudge House. CMU EMS and University Police arrived at the scene. CMU EMS provided medical attention to the student. No citations were issued as a result of this incident.
Child Trapped in a Car
Sept. 14, 2015
University Police responded to a report of a child trapped in a vehicle in the Morewood parking lot. A non-affiliate told University Police that she had accidentally locked her child in the car. University Police unlocked the car and reunited mother and child. The child was unharmed.
Sept. 15, 2015
A Carnegie Mellon staff member reported cupcakes stolen from Baker Hall sometime between the afternoon of Monday, Sept. 14 and the morning of Tuesday, Sept. 15. The staff member informed University Police that she had placed four dozen cupcakes in a conference room and returned the following morning to find that they were unlawfully taken. The investigation is ongoing.
Sept. 16, 2015
Students reported several instances of bicycle thefts to University Police throughout Carnegie Mellon campus. Several bikes were stolen from racks near Porter Hall. The same crime was reported near Shady Oak Apartments and on Forbes Avenue. All the reported stolen bicycles had been secured with standard cable locks.
Sept. 17, 2015
Even more bicycles were reported stolen the following day.
The specific ones mentioned were taken from racks by Stever House, Hunt Library, and Hamerschlag House. All bikes had been secured to racks with cable style locks.