Campus Crime and Incident

Racing Trailer Theft
Oct. 4, 2013

University Police are currently investigating the theft of a Carnegie Mellon racing trailer. The trailer was initially reported missing, and is now confirmed to be stolen. This investigation is ongoing.

Suspicious Male
Oct. 4, 2013

University Police were summoned to the area of Forbes and Morewood avenues in relation to a suspicious male reported to be intoxicated and wandering the area. Police were initially unable to locate him until a Carnegie Mellon security officer reported a male matching the given description lying on a bench near Posner Hall. University Police summoned city medics to the scene after confirming that the male was overly intoxicated.

Open Container Violations
Oct. 5, 2013

University Police cited two students for violation of Pittsburgh’s open container ordinance. The students were found drinking bottles of alcohol near the tennis courts. The ordinance prohibits carrying open containers of alcohol in public without proper licensing. The students’ alcohol was confiscated and disposed of by University Police.

Furnishing Alcohol to Minors
Oct. 5, 2013

Two Carnegie Mellon students are being charged for furnishing underage students with alcohol. One of the underage student was later treated by CMU EMS in an incident in which alcohol amnesty applied.

Laptop Theft
Oct. 8, 2013

A Carnegie Mellon student reported that his laptop was stolen between 6-7 p.m. from a second floor exercise room in the University Center. The laptop was left unattended while the student exercised. This investigation is ongoing.

Suspicious Person
Oct. 8, 2013

Two University Police officers responded to a call for a suspicious male just past 6 p.m. The male was described as being six feet tall, having a fair complexion, wearing baggy jeans and a dark t-shirt. Officers could not find the male.

Possession of False Identification
Oct. 11, 2013

A Carnegie Mellon police officer recovered a wallet near Devon Road. The officer found that the owner was in possession of a false ID card in addition to an illegal substance. The owner of the wallet was confirmed to be a Carnegie Mellon student, and will be charged.