Various devices, equipment stolen from ‘U’
Department of Public Safety reports from Tuesday show telephones
and blood pressure machines were stolen from the University
Hospital. Hospital staff reported the thefts, but DPS has no
suspects. The phones are valued at $320 each, and no value is known
for the blood pressure machines.
Suspect with illegal substances caught in Arb
DPS officers encountered a person not affiliated with the
University in the Nichols Arboretum after hours, it was reported on
Tuesday. The person was taken to the DPS station and released
pending warrant authorization for violation of controlled
substances, which DPS suspects to be marijuana. DPS will not know
the identity of the substance until test results return.
Drunken person passes out in League bathroom
DPS reports from Sunday indicate that a person passed out in the
first-floor men’s bathroom of the Michigan League. Building
staff found the person, who was unaffiliated with the University,
and notified DPS. The suspect, who was alone, was read trespass
rights and taken to the University Hospital.
Engineering banner stolen from N. Campus
A banner reading, “Celebrating 150 Years of Engineering
Excellence,” was reported stolen from the Electrical
Engineering and Computer Science building Monday, according to DPS
reports. The banner was stolen from the atrium of the building, and
DPS has no suspects in the theft.
Markley resident victim of harassing notes, graffiti
A Mary Markley Residence Hall resident reported to DPS Monday
that he has received threatening notes, graffiti and phone calls.
DPS could not release more details about the case, as the report is
incomplete at this time.
Visitor’s vehicle stolen from State Street lot
DPS reports show that a person reported Tuesday that her vehicle
was taken without permission. The car, a green-colored 1996 Pontiac
Grand Am, was taken from a lot in the 3000 block of State Street.
DPS is following up on leads in the case.
Computers stolen from Media Union
According to DPS reports, a computer was stolen Tuesday from the
second-floor area of the Media Union on North Campus. The value of
the computer is unknown and there are no suspects in the case.
Suspect breaks padlock on gate
An unknown suspect cut a padlock from a gate on Liberty Street,
according to DPS reports from Tuesday. Staff reported the incident.
Only the lock was damaged in the incident.
Staff discover woman sleeping in Angell Hall
DPS reports from yesterday indicate that a female subject was
discovered sleeping in Angell Hall by staff. DPS arrested the
suspect and turned her over to the Ann Arbor Police Department,
which had a valid warrant for her.
Disorderly man arrested at Dentistry building
Staff of the School of Dentistry reported to DPS yesterday that
a man was acting loud and disorderly in the lobby area of the
building. DPS responded to the call, and was transported to
Washtenaw County Jail, where he was lodged for a warrant.
Hubcap vandal strikes on Hayward Street
A staff member reported early yesterday morning to DPS that the
hubcap on their vehicle, parked on Hayward Street, was damaged
sometime on Tuesday. DPS is following up on several leads.
—Compiled by Daily Staff Reporter Ashley Dinges