Crime

Game days create particular situations of concern for students of color.

Though any game day in Ann Arbor is bound to witness its fair share of police activity, the game against Michigan State University on Oct.

On the afternoon of the University of Michigan vs. Michigan State University football game, a University student was attacked and beaten outside of East Quad Residence Hall, on the corner of Church and Hill Streets — next to the Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority house.

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Former University football player Nate Johnson pled not guilty to a charge of domestic violence at a pre-trial hearing Wednesday morning.

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Amid an upset loss to Michigan State University on Saturday, game day saw a total attendance of 112,432 at the Big House and several security violations.

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Monday afternoon, a man fell from the parking structure at South Fourth Avenue and East William Street. He was declared dead at the scene, Ann Arbor Police Department officers confirmed.

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The University of Michigan released its 2017-18 Annual Security Report & Annual Fire Safety Report this weekend, indicating an increase in the overall number of bias crimes reported to the University and Ann Arbor Police De

Students and residents in the Kerrytown area woke up to flat tires Saturday morning following a wave of vandalism that occurred Friday night.

Family seeking an apology after a 16-year-old Black boy was arrested at the Blake Transit Center Tuesday night.

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A video posted on the public University of Michigan campus-area Snapchat story early Wednesday morning appears to show an unidentified man urinating on the Block 'M' in the Diag, and on the "Black Lives Matter" writing spray-painted around it.

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A University of Michigan student woke up to an intruder in his room early Friday morning, according to a crime alert sent out by the Division of Public Safety and Security. The invasion took place around 3:30 a.m.

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