CMU Crime & Incident Report: 9/25 - 10/1
Motor Vehicle Accident/No Insurance/Careless Driving
University Police responded to the Greek Quad for a vehicle which had struck the side of another vehicle. The driver was a Carnegie Mellon student and was found to have no insurance on the vehicle. The student was issued citations for no insurance and careless driving.
A Carnegie Mellon student advised University Police that he was contacted by an unknown person who claimed to be from ICE 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 Hamerschlag Hall for a male who spray painted several rooms and an elevator. The male was identified as a University of Pittsburgh student and faces criminal charges of criminal mischief and burglary.
False Identification to Law Enforcement/Criminal Mischief
University Police responded to Doherty Hall for skateboarders who had caused property damage. The skateboarders provided false names to University Police and face charges of false identification to law enforcement and criminal mischief.
A Carnegie Mellon student advised University Police that an unknown person yelled an inappropriate comment at his girlfriend while they were walking along Boundary Street.
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 a residence on Forbes Avenue. The leaseholder was found to be a Carnegie Mellon student and was cooperative. This incident was referred to Student Affairs.
University Police responded to Margaret Morrison Street, Stever House, and Wilkins Avenue for intoxicated Carnegie Mellon students. Medical attention was provided. Alcohol Amnesty applied and no citations were issued.
Motor Vehicle Accident
University Police responded to the Residence on Fifth for a vehicle which had struck a tree. The driver was provided with medical attention and was found to be a non-affiliate. The Pittsburgh Police Department is investigating the cause of the accident.