Threat Against President of Carnegie Mellon

December 21, 2012

Carnegie Mellon police officers reported to Pittsburgh authorities that a threat had been made against Jared Cohon, the university's president, leading to 24-hour police presence at his home, The Tribune-Review reported. A spokeswoman for the U.S. Postal Inspector, which investigates crimes committed through the mail, said that the agency is assisting in the investigation.


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