Aggravated domestic assault reported at Northwood III

A resident of Northwood III reported she was choked and assaulted with a knife by her boyfriend Dec. 19, 2019. The incident was first reported May 10, 2021. This case is under investigation.

Aggravated domestic assault reported at Northwood IV

On May 27, a resident reported she was assaulted by her husband multiple times over the past several months. On May 29, a warrant for domestic violence was authorized by the Washtenaw County Prosecutor’s Office.  

Motor vehicle theft, carjacking and robbery reported at M-18 Carport

On May 19, an individual grabbed a victim out of their car and attempted to steal it at the M-18 Carport, 1620 E. Medical Center Drive. When the suspect realized it was a manual transmission, he then demanded money and stole another unoccupied running vehicle. The suspect was arrested and charged with unarmed robbery, attempted carjacking, motor vehicle-unlawful driving away, financial transaction device-stealing/retaining without consent, malicious destruction of fire or police property, and fingerprinting-refusal by the Washtenaw County Prosecutor’s Office.

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

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

Crime map for May 2021
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Homicide
May — 0
Year-to-date total — 0

Sexual offenses
May — 0
Year-to-date total — 7

Robbery
May — 2
Year-to-date total — 2

Aggravated assault
May — 2
Year-to-date total — 5

Arson
May — 0
Year-to-date total — 1

Burglary
May — 0
Year-to-date total — 3

Motor vehicle theft
May — 1
Year-to-date total — 2

Ann Arbor cases reported to SAPAC in May

  • Sexual assault — 4
  • Intimate partner violence — 2
  • Stalking — 2
  • Sexual harassment — 2
  • Gender-based harassment — 2

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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