Crime and Incident

City Police Assistance

Oct. 20, 2011

University Police responded to a request for assistance from city of Pittsburgh police officers who had detained a Carnegie Mellon student. The student was removed from a bar for offering a fake ID and for urinating in public. The student was cited and transported back to campus.


Oct. 21, 2011

There was a report of vandalism in Porter Hall. A projection screen in Room 100 was damaged and ripped. The case is still under investigation.


Oct. 21, 2011

Carnegie Mellon police officers responded to Resnik House for a report of a stolen PlayStation 3 and game discs from the common area of a suite. The case is still under investigation.

Odor of Marijuana

Oct. 22, 2011

Carnegie Mellon police responded to Mudge House for a report of an odor of marijuana. Upon arrival, three students admitted to smoking marijuana and were cited by officers.


Oct. 25, 2011

A jacket and fedora were reported stolen from a common area in Resnik House. The case is still under investigation.

Public Disturbance

Oct. 25, 2011

University Police responded to the entrance of the Collaborative Innovation Center for a report that there was a verbal altercation between the building’s St. Moritz Security Services guard and a male. Police arrived and diffused the situation. The male was asked to leave campus.

Vehicle–Bicycle Accident

Oct. 26, 2011

Pittsburgh police, Carnegie Mellon Police, and city medics were dispatched to Fifth Avenue and Devonshire Street for a report of an accident between a vehicle and a bicycle. The victim was a Carnegie Mellon student who was conscious and alert upon officers’ arrival. The student was taken to the hospital by city medics, and an Escort bus was called to the scene to transport the bicycle back to the police station for safekeeping.