Eastern Michigan University is investigating a Jan. 11 coney island fight to determine the level of student involvement in the incident.
“The individual charged by the sheriff’s department thus far is not an EMU student,” EMU Director of Media Relations Geoff Larcom said.
Washtenaw County Police Sgt. Geoff Fox told AnnArbor.com some of the people involved were believed to be from EMU based on witness statements and clothing that was worn that night. The students may be fraternity and sorority members.
The fight broke out at the restaurant, Luca’s 24-hour Coney Island located at 2469 Washtenaw Ave., between two groups of people. A customer pulled out a gun, put it to another customer’s head and also put it in the face of a waitress, the article said.
EMU’s student conduct code says the university may address off-campus behavior if it determines the behavior or continued presence of the student interferes with or affects the mission, processes or functions of the university.
“It’s most important to note that the welfare and safety of our students and staff is of utmost importance to Eastern,” Larcom said. “This is a guiding principle in how we proceed and in the policies and procedures of the university.”
Larcom said the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Department is handling the criminal case, and meanwhile, the university is investigating the incident to determine the level of inolvement of EMU students.
The fight resulted in the restaurant altering its hours.
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