The police blotter is a report of the criminal goings-on on and around Eastern Michigan University, during the weeks of June 9 through June 21.
The police blotter is a report of the criminal goings-on on and around Eastern Michigan University, during the weeks of May 25 through June 8.
Brief: EMU staffer convicted of financial crimes, accused of secretly recording his relative and boyfriend during sex
Channel 4/Click On Detroit revealed that an Eastern Michigan University employee is accused of recording a relative and her boyfriend participating in sex acts via hidden cameras. Michael Pickerel, an EMU alum and staff member at the College of Business’s Dean’s office, did not have hidden cameras on school property, but was placed on administrative leave on June 10 in relation to the accusations.
The police blotter is a collection of the criminal going-ons at Eastern Michigan University for the weeks of May 13 to May 24.
The police blotter is a collection of the criminal going-ons at Eastern Michigan University for the weeks of April 29 through May 11.
During the last student affairs committee meeting of the 2018-2019 academic year, regents received presentations and concerns from Student Government, Housing and Residence Life and EMU's Children Institute, as well as campus leader Aaron Kempa. The presentations took place Tuesday, April 23, in Welch Hall with an audience of 40 to 50 people listening to the updates.
The police blotter is a collection of the criminal going-ons at Eastern Michigan University for the weeks of April 15 through April 28.
Like many students, Chris Casillas didn't feel the need to read the EMU student code of conduct or the Housing Department's guide to campus living. However, after February's racial incident in Best Hall, he wishes he had. "I have to go to a hearing with Conduct and see that girl again,” Casillas said. “I have to defend myself when I shouldn't even have to." "That girl" is his former suitemates’ girlfriend, who hung up a naked black baby doll for Casillas to find early February 11. With the Washtenaw County Prosecutor refusing to charge her and the suitemates with ethnic intimidation, justice for Casillas is left to Eastern's Conduct office -- and their vague policies regarding hate incidents on campus.
The Created Equal organization set up in front of the Marshall building around 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 18 to promote their pro-life and anti-abortion views to the students of EMU. The organization was partnered with Protect Life at EMU.