Suspect exposes himself while walking down Hill

The Department of Public Safety spent part of Tuesday afternoon searching for a man – described as a 30-year-old, 6-foot-tall white male of average build wearing a red baseball hat, a dark jacket and work jeans – who witnesses saw exposing himself on Hill Street near South Forest Avenue at approximately 1:15 p.m. Tuesday.

DPS reports state the man was last seen walking down Hill toward State Street, but officers responding to the call were unable to locate him. The incident was turned over to the Ann Arbor Police Department, which is investigating, reports state.

Man sleeping in UGLi taken to ER for alcohol, injury

Shapiro Undergraduate Library staff discovered an elderly man passed out on the floor of the building’s first floor men’s restroom Tuesday afternoon. Staff members called DPS officers, who woke the man. He was then taken to the University Hospital Emergency Room by Huron Valley Ambulance for intoxication and a minor injury. DPS reports did not state how the man was injured.

Person decides not to report non-violent assault

A woman in the School of Dentistry reported to police officers Tuesday afternoon that a classmate had walked up to her, grabbed her head, and non-violently shook it. After giving her statement to officers, the woman called DPS again and stated that she did not wish to file a report after all. According to the incident log, the woman said she wished to resolve the conflict personally.

Victims receive harassing phone calls, post cards

A woman working in the Legal Research Building on Monroe Street reported Tuesday that a person had been repeatedly calling her at work and leaving her threatening and harassing voice mail messages. The victim said she has received 15 messages within a three-day period from the suspect.

Another set of threatening messages was reported by a person in the A. Alfred Taubman Health Care Center. The person complained of two harassing postcards, which were sent to the victim from New York. DPS officers could not determine who was sending the postcards or the reason they were sent, reports state.

DPS investigates paintball mystery attack on Bursley

Several doors in Bursley Residence Hall became victims of an unknown paintball fiend early yesterday morning. DPS officers followed the suspect’s trail, left on the third and fourth floors of the building, but were unable to locate him, reports state.

Couple’s fight ends in assault, stolen property

DPS reports state that a man pushed his girlfriend, a resident of Stockwell Residence Hall, after the couple had an argument Tuesday. The victim, who was not injured, said her boyfriend also damaged her vehicle and stole her personal property. DPS officers could not immediately locate the boyfriend.

Daily protester alleges assault

A caller reported that while taking a stack of Michigan Daily newspapers from the Student Publications Building, she was assaulted by a building staff member. The person took her papers, grabbed her arm and pushed her, she said. The report did not indicate the result of the DPS investigation.

Passenger injures himself after bus stops suddenly

A University bus driver told police officers that a child ran out in front of his bus to cross the street Monday afternoon, forcing him to ply on his brakes. As a result, the child was uninjured, but DPS reports state that a man sitting in the back of the bus “came barreling forward” and hurt himself as a result of the sudden stop. The man was taken to University Hospital.

– Compiled by Daily Staff Reporter Maria Sprow.

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