Police Beat — March 22, 2021


Sexual assault reported at University Hospital

On Feb. 2, a patient reported she was inappropriately touched by a medical worker. After further investigation, it is believed the patient was experiencing delirium. This case is closed.

Sexual assault reported at Angell Hall

On Feb. 24, a student reported she was sexually assaulted multiple times between April 2013 and June 2017, during the course of an ongoing relationship. This case is under investigation.

Aggravated assault reported at M-15 Parking Structure

On Feb. 6, a staff member reported that he was struck from behind by an unknown individual while walking to his vehicle at the parking structure at 1300 E. Medical Center Dr. He said he was knocked unconscious and woke up to find his truck on fire. This case is under investigation.

Burglary with attempted forced entry at Oxford Seeley House

Sometime between 11 p.m. Feb. 21 and 11:10 p.m. Feb. 22, window screens were removed from a residence at Oxford Seeley House. Entry was not gained. This case is under investigation.

Compiled by Melissa Overton, Division of Public Safety and Security

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

Crime map for February 2021
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February — 0
Year-to-date total — 0

Sexual offenses
February — 2
Year-to-date total — 4

February — 0
Year-to-date total — 0

Aggravated assault
February — 1
Year-to-date total — 2

February — 0
Year-to-date total — 0

February — 1
Year-to-date total — 3

Motor vehicle theft
February — 0
Year-to-date total — 1

Ann Arbor cases reported to SAPAC in February

  • Sexual assault — 9
  • Intimate partner violence — 1
  • Stalking — 2
  • Sexual harassment — 4
  • Gender-based harassment — 3

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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