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Pitt police issue crime alert after indecent assault

Pitt police issue crime alert after indecent assault

By Natalie Frank, News Editor October 8, 2021
Pitt police issued a crime alert Friday morning detailing a reported indecent assault at about 4 a.m. Friday in the 3900 block of Forbes Avenue.
Police Blotter Sept. 29 - Oct. 6

Police Blotter Sept. 29 – Oct. 6

By News Editors October 7, 2021
A stolen skateboard, motor vehicle theft and four liquor law violations in this week’s police blotter.
Police Blotter: Sept. 23 - Sept. 28

Police Blotter: Sept. 23 – Sept. 28

By News Editors September 30, 2021
Criminal mischief, ID theft and a firework fire in this week’s police blotter.
Police Blotter: Sept. 16 - Sept. 23

Police Blotter: Sept. 16 – Sept. 23

By News Editors September 23, 2021
A lost wallet, burglary and five liquor law violations in this week’s police blotter.
Police Blotter: Sept. 9 - Sept. 16

Police Blotter: Sept. 9 – Sept. 16

By News Editors September 17, 2021
Laundry theft, stolen road signs and one liquor law violation in this week’s police blotter.
Police Blotter: Sept. 2 - Sept. 9

Police Blotter: Sept. 2 – Sept. 9

By News Editors September 9, 2021
Three liquor law violations, a toaster oven fire and theft in this week’s police blotter
Police Blotter: Aug. 26 - Sept. 2

Police Blotter: Aug. 26 – Sept. 2

By News Editors September 2, 2021
Three arrests and seven liquor law violations in this week’s police blotter.
Judge dismisses tuition refund case from last spring

Judge dismisses tuition refund case from last spring

By Rebecca Johnson, News Editor May 3, 2021
A federal judge dismissed a case from last spring where students were seeking tuition refunds after classes shifted online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In a ruling issued last Tuesday, the judge said Pitt was following COVID-19 restrictions from the state.
Police Blotter: April 15- April 21

Police Blotter: April 15- April 21

By News Editors April 22, 2021
Harassment, defiant trespass and more in this week’s police blotter.
A crowd of about 150 people gathered Tuesday evening at Freedom Corner after a jury found former police officer Derek Chauvin guilty of the murder of George Floyd.

Pittsburghers mourn, protest after guilty verdict in Floyd murder case

By Rebecca Johnson and Jon Moss April 21, 2021
About 150 people gathered Tuesday evening at Freedom Corner in the Hill District after a jury found former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin guilty of murder and manslaughter. The crowd marched down Forbes Avenue through Pitt’s campus.
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