Campus Crime and Incident Reports

Disorderly Conduct/Public Drunkenness
April 19, 2015

University Police responded to Skibo Café after receiving reports of an intoxicated male. Upon arrival, University Police found the intoxicated man in the basement of the Cohon University Center, where he became verbally combative with police officers. The man was arrested and taken to the Allegheny County Public Jail for disorderly conduct and public drunkenness.

Underage Drinking
April 19, 2015

A Carnegie Mellon security officer on patrol saw a woman vomiting outside of a house on Roselawn Terrace and requested University Police. The woman, a University of Pittsburgh student, was given medical aid and cited for underage drinking.

Harassment/Property Damage
April 19, 2015

University Police were requested to respond to an incident that took place in Fairfax Apartments. Police responded and determined that four Carnegie Mellon students were involved in an incident involving harassment and property damage. The victims are not pursuing criminal charges and this incident is being handled with Carnegie Mellon’s internal disciplinary process.

Underage Drinking
April 19, 2015

University Police responded to Margaret Morrison Carnegie Hall in response to an intoxicated female. The woman was given medical aid and cited for underage drinking.

Suspicious Person/Defiant Trespass
April 20, 2015

University Police responded to the first floor of Posner Hall after receiving a report of a suspicious male who had been following a female Carnegie Mellon student. The man was escorted off campus and issued a defiant trespass letter, preventing him from returning to any Carnegie Mellon owned or leased property.

Attempted Theft/Disorderly Conduct
April 22, 2015

A Carnegie Mellon Parking and Transportation employee contacted University Police to report the attempted theft of a sign in the East Campus Garage. University Police arrived and determined the perpetrator was a Carnegie Mellon student, who had since fled the scene. The student was cited internally for disorderly conduct and failure to comply with the reasonable request of a university official.