Police Blotter Nov. 3 – Nov. 10

By News Editors

Wednesday, Nov. 3

Pitt police assisted with a report of vandalism on a bench inside the Irish Nationality Room at the Cathedral of Learning.

Pitt police issued one citation for defiant trespass by a University non-affiliate at the Quality Inn on the Boulevard of the Allies.

Pitt police issued one citation for violating a City ordinance (smoking or possessing marijuana in public) in Irvis Hall.

Pitt police assisted the City police with a verbal domestic on the 3900 block of Fifth Avenue.

Thursday, Nov. 4

Pitt police assisted the City police with an indecent assault on the 200 block of McKee Place.

Friday, Nov. 5

Pitt police issued one summons arrest for driving under the influence on Atwood Street and Bates Street.

A campus security authority reported a liquor law violation at Litchfield Tower C. One student was issued a conduct referral.

Pitt police issued one citation for underage drinking at Litchfield Tower B.

Saturday, Nov. 6

Pitt police issued one citation for public drunkenness at 3700 Forbes Ave.

Sunday, Nov. 7

A campus security authority reported a drug law violation at Holland Hall. One student was issued a conduct referral.

A student reported the theft of their laundry at Litchfield Towers Lobby.

Pitt police issued one summons arrest for a University non-affiliate for possession of drug paraphernalia, obstruction of highways at 3700 Forbes Ave.

A campus security authority reported a liquor law violation at the William Pitt Union. One student was issued a conduct referral.

Monday, Nov. 8

Pitt police assisted with a report of criminal mischief (graffiti) at Forbes Avenue and Bigelow Boulevard.

Residence Life reported two students found in possession of alcohol at Litchfield Tower A on Oct. 30. Conduct referrals were issued.

Residence Life reported three students found in possession of alcohol at Brackenridge Hall on Oct. 31. Conduct referrals were issued.

Tuesday, Nov. 9

Pitt police assisted with a report of the theft of archery equipment at Trees Hall.

Wednesday, Nov. 10

Pitt Police reported nothing in the crime log for Wednesday, Nov. 10.

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