Aggravated assault reported in front of University Hospital

An individual not affiliated with the university crashed their vehicle head on into another vehicle at approximately 5 p.m. July 13 in front of University Hospital in the 1600 block of East Medical Center Drive. This case was submitted to the Washtenaw County Prosecutor’s Office for review.

Aggravated assault reported at Palmer Field

A U-M student was walking on Palmer Field in the 400 block Washtenaw Avenue when she was grabbed and choked from behind at approximately 11 p.m. July 23. The suspect was arrested and charged with assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder or by strangulation and aggravated assault.

Domestic aggravated assault reported at Nichols Arboretum

A visitor was assaulted by an ex-boyfriend at the Nichols Arboretum, 1827 Geddes Ave., at approximately 5:35 p.m. July 26. The suspect was arrested and charged with assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder or by strangulation, domestic violence, and malicious destruction of personal property.

— Compiled by Melissa Overton, Division of Public Safety and Security

Ann Arbor campus major crimes, by category, reported to U-M Police in July

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Homicide
July — 0
Year-to-date total — 0

Sexual offenses
July — 0
Year-to-date total — 8

Robbery
July — 0
Year-to-date total — 2

Aggravated assault
July — 3
Year-to-date total — 8

Arson
July — 0
Year-to-date total — 1

Burglary
July — 0
Year-to-date total — 5

Motor vehicle theft
July — 0
Year-to-date total — 2

Ann Arbor cases reported to SAPAC in July

  • Sexual assault — 5
  • Intimate partner violence — 3
  • Stalking — 3
  • Sexual harassment — 9
  • Gender-based harassment — 0

The Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center supplies reports to inform the university community about incidents of sexual assault, domestic violence and stalking that are reported to SAPAC. SAPAC is a resource for survivors, their families and friends, U-M personnel (faculty, staff and U-M Police officials) and non-U-M personnel (e.g., high school counselors). The table reflects only the number of cases reported to SAPAC, and includes reporting by faculty, staff and students. The numbers do not necessarily reflect the number of incidents on campus, nor do they reflect the number of cases that occurred in a specific time frame. They also do not reflect the number of cases that may have been reported to police.

To report a crime, call U-M Police at 734-763-1131

For questions about crimes on campus, call 734-763-3434

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