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November 18, 2017

Police Beat: Oct. 16, 2017

October 16, 2017

Police Beat: Oct. 16, 2017

Topic: Police Beat

Trotter House burglarized, no property taken

Staff at the Trotter House found a broken window on Sept. 25. During the investigation, it was determined that an unknown subject had broken the window and entered the building around 1:30 a.m. the previous night. No property was reported missing.

Student assaulted by acquaintance

A student told police Sept. 3 that she had been sexually assaulted that night by another student she had just met. The suspect was identified and the investigation is ongoing.

Employee reports assault by patient

A Comprehensive Cancer Center employee reported she was inappropriately touched by a patient during a medical procedure on Sept. 15. The prosecutor’s office declined to authorize charges against the suspect.

Sexual assaults reported from 35 years ago

A subject reported on Sept. 8 that she had been sexually assaulted on numerous occasions by family members when she was a child in the 1980s living on North Campus. The investigation is continuing.

— Diane Brown, U-M Police

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