Campus Crime & Incident

Suspicious Person
August 7, 2015

University Police were dispatched to the university bookstore after receiving a report of a suspicious person. The person was described as a black male around 40 years old and 5 feet 10 inches tall, with a beard, wearing a grey T-shirt and white shorts. University bookstore staff said that the man was carrying textbooks under each arm, and told the staff that he was trying to replace his sister’s damaged textbook, but did not remember the name. After being told that the textbooks were not yet for sale, the man put them back and left the store.

Bicycle Theft
August 7, 2015

A Carnegie Mellon student reported to University Police that his black and gray Trek hybrid bicycle was stolen from Morewood Avenue on Aug. 6 at 1 p.m. When the victim returned to his bike the next day, he found that it had been unlawfully removed.

Bicycle Theft
August 7, 2015

University Police were dispatched to the bicycle racks by the Mall after receiving a theft report. A student told officers that he had secured his black and blue Trek hybrid bicycle to the rack in the morning, and when he returned that evening it was gone.

Domestic Incident
August 8, 2015

University Police were dispatched to Fairfax Apartments after receiving reports of a domestic situation. Upon arrival, officers determined that an ex-boyfriend and ex-girlfriend were arguing. The situation was resolved by the ex-boyfriend agreeing to stay elsewhere for the night. No charges were filed as a result of this incident.

Public Drunkenness
August 9, 2015

A security officer contacted University Police after observing an intoxicated male outside of the Quiznos on South Craig Street. When University Police officers arrived on the scene, they identified the man as a non-affiliate. After doing a welfare check, the officers released the male into the care of a sober friend. No citations were filed as a result of this incident.