Crime and Incident
Sept. 1, 2018 - Sept. 7 2018
Carnegie Mellon Police responded to Stever House and Doherty Apartments following reports of intoxicated students. Two Carnegie Mellon students were provided medical attention and no citations were issued due to Alcohol Amnesty.
A Carnegie Mellon student told University Police that an unknown male exposed himself while at the Port Authority Bus Stop at South Bellefield and Fifth Avenue.
Vehicle vs. Pedestrian
Carnegie Mellon Police responded to the intersection of Fifth Avenue and Morewood Avenue after a Carnegie Mellon student was struck by a vehicle. The student was provided with medical attention at the scene and transported to the hospital for additional medical attention. Witnesses reported that the student had illegally crossed against the walk sign which resulted in the accident.
Theft of Backpack and Laptop
A Carnegie Mellon student reported to University Police that his backpack and laptop were unlawfully taken from the Cohon Center. An investigation is ongoing.
Disorderly Person/Defiant Trespass
Carnegie Mellon Police responded to the Resnik Café to remove a fired employee who refused to leave the building. The employee was removed from the building and issued a defiant trespass warning.
An employee at Tazza D’Oro communicated to University Police that an unknown male had unlawfully taken several food items. An investigation is ongoing.
Carnegie Mellon Police responded to North Craig Street after being informed of an intoxicated male. A non-affiliate was provided with medical attention and transported to the hospital.