CMU Crime & Incident Report: 9/11 - 9/18

Alcohol Amnesty
University Police responded to Margaret Morrison Apartments for an intoxicated student. A Carnegie Mellon student was provided with medical attention and no citations were issued due to alcohol amnesty.

Suspicious Person
University Police responded to the Greek Quad for a suspicious male. A non-affiliate was found loitering in the area and removed from campus.

Terroristic Threats
A Carnegie Mellon staff member threatened to harm other staff members. The staff member was removed from campus by University Police and charged with terroristic threats.

Disorderly Conduct
University Police responded to Hamerschlag House for a Carnegie Mellon student who was smoking marijuana outside. The student was issued a citation for disorderly conduct.

Obstruction of Justice/Disorderly Conduct
University Police responded with the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police to a house on Forbes Avenue for a loud party. Officers discovered a large, disorderly party and several students who were uncooperative with officers. One Carnegie Mellon student was placed under arrest for disorderly conduct and obstruction of justice by Pittsburgh Police and another student was cited for disorderly conduct.

Noise Complaint
University Police responded with the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police for a loud party on Beeler Street. Several Carnegie Mellon students were cooperative and issued a warning for the noise.

Telephone Scam
Several Carnegie Mellon students advised University Police that they had been contacted by unknown persons who advised the students that they were members of several different law enforcement and government agencies to include University Police and the IRS. The unknown people advised the students they were subject to arrest and stated they had to pay them to avoid arrest.

Theft of Purse
A non-affiliate advised University Police that her purse was stolen from Newell-Simon Hall. An investigation is ongoing.