Police Beat

  1. June 19, 1995

    POLICE BEAT

    The University Record, June 19, 1995 POLICE BEAT By Elizabeth H. Hall Business Operations Man arrested for assault, malicious destruction A 24-year old man not affiliated with the University was arrested by Department of Public Safety (DPS) officers on May 13 for malicious destruction of police property, a felony punishable by up to four years…
  2. May 22, 1995

    POLICE BEAT

    The University Record, May 22, 1995 POLICE BEAT Computer thefts reported Several laptop computers have been reported stolen in recent weeks. Laptops have been reported missing from Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library, Alice Lloyd Residence Hall and West Quadrangle Residence Hall. Each was valued at between $1,500 and $2,250. The Department of Public Safety (DPS) notes…
  3. April 17, 1995

    POLICE BEAT

    The University Record, April 17, 1995 POLICE BEAT Stalker arrested A 29-year-old man not affiliated with the University was arrested by Department of Public Safety (DPS) officers on March 23 for aggravated stalking. DPS Capt. James R. Smiley reports that the man’s girlfriend had a restraining order from the Sheriff’s Department. The incident occurred Jan.…
  4. February 13, 1995

    POLICE BEAT

    The University Record, February 13, 1995 Police Beat POLICE BEAT Student charged in Internet transmissions An LS&A sophomore was charged last week in a federal criminal complaint with transmitting a threat to injure a U-M student. U.S. attorney Saul A. Green said the charges arise from a series of transmissions made on the Internet computer…
  5. December 19, 1994

    POLICE BEAT

    By Mary Jo Frank Fight leads to arrest A 20-year-old man who is not affiliated with the University is in the Genesse County jail after being apprehended by Department of Public Safety (DPS) officers following a fight at 1 a.m. Nov. 23 in a resident’s room at Mary Markley Residence Hall. While investigating the altercation…
  6. October 24, 1994

    POLICE BEAT

    By Mary Jo Frank Student robbed on Fletcher on a Sunday afternoon A female student was struck on the head and robbed while walking in the 200 block of Fletcher Street at 2 p.m. Oct. 9. The alleged assailant was apprehended 15 minutes later, after being spotted by DPS and Housing Security officers, reports Capt.…
  7. September 19, 1994

    POLICE BEAT

    By Mary Jo Frank Infant’s death appears to be homicide An autopsy on Jaylon Jervante Jones, a 2-year-old boy who died Aug. 31 in Family Housing, indicates that his death occurred as a result of a homicide. The autopsy was performed by M. Caplan, medical examiner, who ruled that the cause of death was due…
  8. May 23, 1994

    POLICE BEAT

    By Mary Jo Frank DPS assists police in murder investigation The Department of Public Safety (DPS) is working with the Ann Arbor Police Department on its investigation of the murder of Christine Ann Gailbreath, office assistant in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, who was attacked near her west side Ann Arbor home May 7. Police…
  9. April 18, 1994

    POLICE BEAT

    By Mary Jo Frank Chester Posby found guilty but mentally ill A Washtenaw County Circuit Court jury found Chester L. Posby, 70, guilty but mentally ill of first degree murder charges April 12 for the June 1992 shooting death of John L. Kemink, professor of otorhinolaryngology, in a U-M Hospitals examining room. Posby, a retired…
  10. February 28, 1994

    Police Beat

    Freshman charged in Entree Plus case A first-year LS&A student was arrested Feb. 7 and charged with the misuse of a financial transaction device for the unauthorized use of another student’s Entree Plus card. Department of Public Safety (DPS) Capt. James R. Smiley says there has been an upswing in the unauthorized use of Entree…