CMU Crime & Incident Report: 10/2 - 10/9
University Police responded to Hamerschlag House for a male who was smoking marijuana outside. A Carnegie Mellon student was issued a citation for Disorderly Conduct.
University police officers observed intoxicated students on South Craig Street and at the Residence on Fifth. Two Carnegie Mellon students were provided with medical attention and issued a citation for underage drinking.
A Carnegie Mellon student advised University Police that he was contacted by an unknown person who claimed to be from Homeland Security and informed him he was in the country illegally. The unknown person threatened the student with arrest if he did not pay a fine.
University Police responded to Stever House for a Carnegie Mellon student who had consumed marijuana edibles. The student was provided with medical attention and no citations were issued.
Theft of Food
A Carnegie Mellon student advised his food delivery was unlawfully taken from the Collaborative Innovation Center. An investigation is ongoing.
A Carnegie Mellon student advised University Police that they were the victim of an off-campus car jacking which involved a firearm. An investigation by the Pittsburgh Police is ongoing.
University Police responded to Beeler Street and Donner House, Stever, and Wilkins Avenue for reports of intoxicated Carnegie Mellon students. Medical attention was provided. Alcohol Amnesty applied and no citations were issued.
Motor Vehicle Accident
University Police and Pittsburgh Police responded to the intersection of Fifth Avenue and Morewood Avenue for a Carnegie Mellon student which had been struck by a vehicle. The student was provided with medical attention and the driver remained on scene to speak with officers.