Police blotter: March 19 – March 25

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Thomas Yang | Assistant Visual Editor

U.S. District Judge J. Nicholas Ranjan said there was no evidence to suggest Rosfeld's resignation was coerced under duress.

By News Editors

The Pitt News collates and publishes the Pitt police’s media crime log on a weekly basis. Read more here.

Thursday, March 19

3:54 p.m. An individual reported a theft of money that occurred between March 16 and March 19 at the Cathedral of Learning.

6:13 p.m. Pitt police assisted City police with a burglary on North Neville Street.

Police recorded nothing in the crime log for Friday, March 20.

Saturday, March 21

5:55 p.m. A student reported the possible theft of a package from Darragh Street Apartments that occurred on March 5.

Sunday, March 22

12:12 a.m. A student in Nordenberg Hall was arrested for tampering with a fire apparatus, criminal mischief, disorderly conduct and possessing false ID.

9:34 a.m. Pitt police assisted City police with the theft of a package from Melba Place.

Police recorded nothing in the crime log for Monday, March 23.

Police recorded nothing in the crime log for Tuesday, March 24.

Wednesday, March 25

8:12 p.m. An individual reported a retail theft on the 3900 block of Fifth Avenue.

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