CMU Crime & Incident Report: 2/6 -- 2/12

Terroristic Threats
A Carnegie Mellon student advised University Police he was receiving threatening text messages. An investigation is ongoing.

Suspicious Person
University Police responded to Gesling Stadium for a suspicious male. The male was located near Flagstaff Hill and found to have no legitimate business on campus. The male was issued a defiant trespass warning.

A Carnegie Mellon Student advised University Police that his he was the victim of a scam. The student stated an unknown person sent him a check to deposit and send bitcoin in return. The student then began receiving threatening test messages. An investigation is ongoing.

Careless Driving
University Police responded to Forbes Avenue for a Carnegie Mellon Student who had been hit by a vehicle. An investigation determined a UG2 employee struck the student while he was riding his skateboard. The employee was issued a citation for careless driving. The student was not injured.

Assist Outside Agency
University Police was advised by the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police that they had served a search warrant on the home of a UG2 employee where illegal narcotics and a firearm was recovered. The UG2 employee was arrested for firearm violations and possession of narcotics. The UG2 employee was terminated and issued a defiant trespass warning.

Alcohol Amnesty
University Police Responded off campus for an intoxicated student. The student was transported to the Hospital by Pittsburgh Medics. No Citations were issued. Alcohol Amnesty applied.

Criminal Mischief
Hunt Library staff reported to University Police that a sign in their building has been damaged multiple times. An Investigation is ongoing.

Defiant Trespass
University Police responded to the Cohon University Center to assist UG2 management in escorting a former employee from the building. The non-affiliate was issued a defiant trespass warning.