A disagreement over owed money turned violent in the Mayhew lot. The two students involved met around 1:30 p.m., and within minutes the victim called DPS for help. Charges of assault and battery were filed against the aggressor, but the case remains open.
Two fire alarms were pulled in the College of Business around 8 p.m. Witnesses saw the subject pull the alarms both times. The subject was not an EMU student, rather a child going to Ypsilanti schools. Police soon identified and located the subject.
A burglar entered Jones Hall around 9 p.m. but was seen by an EMU student who contacted DPS immediately. When approached by officers, the subject made it apparent he was both intoxicated and in possession of marijuana. Charges of breaking and entering, burglary and possession of a controlled substance were filed.
An intoxicated EMU student became belligerent in Phelps Hall around 1:15 a.m. The subject began pushing other students, banging on doors and made threats to the R.A. DPS was eventually called to calm the student, who was later charged with disorderly conduct.
An act of drunken and disorderly conduct was observed in University Park around 9 p.m. An EMU student was stumbling around the park while yelling racial slurs. When approached by Ypsilanti police officers, the subject resisted and was soon arrested. Charges of disorderly conduct were filed.
An EMU student’s keys and palm pilot were stolen from the College of Education in the Porter Building on March 15. The case was filed with DPS on April 2 at 8:30 a.m. If anyone has any information about a set of keys or a palm pilot that were taken from the Porter building, please contact DPS immediately.