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Police Beat: Feb. 15, 2016

February 15, 2016

Police Beat: Feb. 15, 2016

Topic: Police Beat

Suspect rendering released for assault at Weill Hall

A rendering of the suspect in the Jan. 26 assault at Weill Hall was released last week as University police continue to attempt to identify a suspect. The suspect is accused of forcibly grabbing the victim in a women’s restroom around 3:55 p.m. After a struggle, she was able to break free and fled to another area of the building. The rendering can be found on the Division of Public Safety and Security website at

Suspect arrested in assault of family members

A 27-year-old Flint man was arrested Jan. 17 in connection with assaulting his girlfriend and infant child at Mott Children’s Hospital during a dispute. He was charged with aggravated assault domestic violence and child abuse. The two victims did not require medical treatment.

Stolen vehicle shell recovered

The incinerated shell of a 1994 Acura reported stolen from the Wolverine Tower parking lot Jan. 14 was found in Detroit the next day. The vehicle engine, transmission and license plate remain missing. The vehicle reportedly was taken between 2 and 5:15 p.m. There are no suspects.

Saws, other tools stolen from Golf Course sheds

Several chainsaws and dozens of others tools and equipment reportedly were stolen from two maintenance sheds on the U-M Golf Course between Jan. 7 and 9. Entry appeared to have been made by prying open a window. Additionally a large television was taken from the Clubhouse during the same time period. There are no suspects.

Phone charger taken from open residence

An iPhone charger reportedly was taken from an unoccupied South Quadrangle Residence Hall room around 5:15 p.m. Jan. 27. There are no suspects.

Four crime alerts issued in January

One of the four Division of Public Safety and Security crime alerts issued in January was canceled due to arrest. The Jan. 14 crime alert for a home invasion off-campus on South Division was canceled the next day after the Ann Arbor Police arrested a suspect. 

Details on the other alerts — a Jan. 8 home invasion at Markley Residence Hall, a Jan. 16 armed robbery on the Washtenaw Avenue pedestrian bridge, and a Jan. 26 assault at Weill Hall — can be found at