Officer assaulted at football game

Police officers arrested eight people at Saturday’s
football game in Michigan Stadium, one for assaulting a police
officer, who was not injured. Four others were arrested for minor
in possession of alcohol.

Department of Public Safety records indicate that police
officers gave 30 tickets for alcohol in the stadium, three for
urinating in public and one for throwing projectiles. One ticket
was issued for sales and solicitation in the stadium.

Nineteen people were ejected from the stadium during the game.
Ten people were ejected for entering without a student ticket and
four for assisting others in entering without a ticket.

Huron Valley Ambulance treated 35 people. Two people were
transported to the hospital; neither suffered from a serious
condition.

Student sexually assaulted in dorm

According to DPS, a male student in East Quad Residence Hall
sexually assaulted a female student Wednesday evening. DPS has
identified a male suspect who is acquainted with the assaulted
female. Charges of third-degree criminal sexual conduct are being
pursued; third degree typically implies penetration.

Officer uncovers cocaine dealing in downtown area

A DPS officer was flagged down near the corner of William Street
and Fifth Avenue Wednesday night because of a suspected drug deal
happening in that vicinity, according to DPS reports. The officer
found a male and a female suspect with an unspecified amount of
crack cocaine and marijuana. Neither suspect is a student at the
University. They were arrested and released pending warrants.

Sleeping man has rude awakening

A man who had fallen asleep on a heating grate on East
University outside the C.C. Little Building awoke to another man
lying on top of him and fondling him Thursday morning, DPS reports
show. A male suspect has been identified and DPS anticipates
charging him.

Men take cash from donation box

DPS records indicate that two male subjects emptied a donation
box at Tim Horton’s in the Michigan League early Sunday
morning. The men also damaged a metal security barrier to get to
the donation box. The value of the missing money is unknown. DPS
has no suspects but has issued descriptions of the subjects. The
first is described as a 6-foot black male wearing a blue sweatshirt
and blue shiny jeans. The second subject is a 5-foot-8 black male
wearing a red sweatshirt and carrying a backpack. Both subjects
were wearing hoods on their heads. DPS is investigating.

Padlock fails to stop Union visitors

A caller reported on Friday that unknown subjects had tried to
forcibly enter the tower of the Michigan Union. The subjects forced
open a padlocked door inside the Union to get to the upper levels.
Nothing appeared to be missing from the upper levels, however. DPS
is investigating and has no suspects.

Student crawling through lab ceiling damages tiles

A 40-year-old male student was arrested Friday morning in the
Space Research laboratory. The man damaged some ceiling tiles while
crawling around in the ceiling area, where he was not supposed to
be. DPS arrested and released him pending warrants.

Thief backhands tennis court net

DPS records show a caller reported a tennis court net stolen
from an outdoor court at the Varsity Tennis Center Saturday between
midnight and 10 a.m. DPS has no suspects.

Pool sharks steal pool room’s balls

A caller reported to DPS that three male subjects rented a table
with a false ID at the Michigan Union Billiards Room Thursday. The
subjects then left without paying and took two pool balls when they
left.

Cash box stolen, left in parking lot

A caller from Wolverine Towers reported Wednesday morning that a
cash box belonging to the University had been stolen. The box was
later recovered on the first floor of the Church Street parking
structure. Twenty dollars had been taken from the box.

— Compiled by Daily Staff Reporter Emily
Kraack.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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