Crime and Incident


March 29, 2012

University Police responded to a theft report at the information desk of the University Center. An iPhone was turned in to the University Center and later given to a person who falsely claimed the property. This case is still under investigation.

Disorderly Person

March 31, 2012

University Police were called to the University Center for a disorderly male. An employee of Si Señor was acting out upon finding out he was terminated from his job. University Police escorted the male from the building and from campus.

Traffic Enforcement

April 1, 2012

University Police stopped a vehicle that was being operated with an expired registration. During the stop, it was determined that the driver was not licensed and the vehicle was not insured. The vehicle was towed and the driver was cited.

Suspicious Activity

April 1, 2012

University Police were called to Hunt Library for a report of suspicious activity. Library staff told police that upon opening they found a large blue and yellow papier-mache Pokémon “Snorlax” character, approximately six feet wide and four feet tall, blocking a stairwell. Facilities Management Services was called to take it down.

Fire Alarm

April 2, 2012

University Police were dispatched for a fire alarm at the West Wing and Resnik Halls. While investigating the alarm, officers came across students who failed to evacuate. The students were issued internal citations.


April 4, 2012

A student reported the theft of her Carnegie Mellon ID card. She further reported that the card had been used fraudulently on two occasions for off-campus pizza purchases. This case is under investigation.


April 4, 2012

University Police took a vandalism report from a staff member who stated that she parked her vehicle in the Morewood parking lot at 7 a.m., and when she returned to the car at 4 p.m., she found a brown substance that she believed to be coffee poured over the right-side doors, windows, and windshield of her vehicle.

She further reported that it appeared that the substance was rubbed and smeared onto the surfaces. She was able to clean the vehicle with no permanent damage.