Eastern Michigan University
EMU Police Department – Informational Release - Dec. 4, 2007
Residents of a room in Sellers Hall reported to the EMU Police that their room was burglarized between 1:30 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. this morning. The room was entered while the residents were sleeping and two laptop computers were stolen. The residents stated the room was locked at 1:30 a.m., but when they woke at 8:30 a.m. the door to the room was unlocked. There were no signs of forced entry and no one was harmed.
Anyone with information about this crime is requested to contact Det.Scott at 734-487-0892 or the EMU Police at (734) 487-1222 with information.
Informational Release – Nov. 20, 2007
EMU's Department of Public Safety received an informational bulletin today from the Ypsilanti Police Department concerning a suspect (see poster) in an armed robbery and stabbing at the Eagle Coney Island at 533 W. Cross St Nov. 1, 2007. The Ypsilanti Police are asking anyone with information to contact them at 734-483-9510. If you see this person please do not approach, but contact the Ypsilanti Police Department or call 911 immediately.
EMU Police Department "Timely Warning" to Community – Nov. 15, 2007
In the early morning hours today, an EMU student reported to EMU police officers that she was robbed and forcibly touched in a sexual manner in a parking lot at River Drive Apartments. Ypsilanti Police were notified to handle the complaint since it occurred off campus in their jurisdiction. The victim described the suspect as being a African American male, approximately 6' tall, 150 lbs, wearing a black coat, baggy grey sweat pants, and a dark skull cap. Officers from both agencies were unable to locate the suspect.
The location of this incident is just off campus in the area of Huron River Drive and Cornell St. Any student who may have information related to this case is requested to contact the Ypsilanti Police Department at 734-483-9510.
Informational Release, November 14, 2007
Reported Man with possible handgun – Report number 07-1895
EMU's Police Department received a report this afternoon of a man who may have possibly had a handgun in his pants. The student reported that the subject was standing along Ann Street near the AATA bus stop near East Circle Drive. The student described the subject as a bald African American male, approximately 20 years of age, 6 feet-tall, and dressed in all white baggy sweat clothes.
The EMU Police were contacted a short time later and immediately responded to the area, but were unable to locate the subject.
If anyone has information, which may help the investigation, they are asked to contact Officer Justin Scott at 734-487-0892 or the EMU Police at 734-1222.
Informational Release, Nov. 8, 2007
Breaking and Entering – Report number 07-1841
EMU's Department of Public Safety received a burglary complaint from residents of Sellers Hall this morning. The residents stated that just before 6 a.m. they were awakened by noise in their room. The room was dark and the residents could not see what happened until the lights were turned on in the room. It was then that they realized that a laptop computer had been stolen from the room which had been unlocked while they were sleeping.
No one was observed in the room and no suspect information is available.
DPS would like to remind everyone that they should lock their doors, especially when they are out of the room, asleep or in the bathroom and report any crime or suspicious activity to the Department of Public Safety.
If anyone has information, which may help the investigation, they are asked to contact EMU Police Detective, Justin Scott at 734-487-0892 or the EMU Police at 734-487-1222.
Informational Release, November 6, 2007
Breaking and Entering – Report number 1821-07
The Department of Public Safety received a report this afternoon of a burglary in Walton Residence Hall, which occurred during the noon time hour. The resident reported leaving the door to the room unlocked while in the shower. Stolen property consisted of a checkbook and driver's license.
No one was observed entering or leaving the room.
The Department of Public Safety would like to remind everyone that they should lock their doors, especially when they are out of the room, asleep or in the bathroom and report any crime or suspicious activity to the Department of Public Safety.
If anyone has information, which may help the investigation, they are asked to contact EMU Police Detective, Justin Scott at 734-487-0892 or the EMU Police at 734-487-1222
Monday November 5th, 2007
EMU Department of Public Safety recently received two reports of laptop thefts in the Walton/Putnam Residence Halls. In the first incident, the door was reported left unlocked by the resident who had left for class. The second report indicated that the door was locked while the residents were asleep.
No assaults or injuries were reported in either incident.
DPS wants to remind everyone that their resident's doors should be locked, especially when they are out of the room, asleep or in the bathroom and report any crime or suspicious activity to the EMU Police at 734-487-1222
Anyone who might have information about these burglaries should contact EMU Detective Justin Scott at 734-487-0892 or the EMU Police at 734- 487-1222
Informational Release October 12, 2007
Criminal Sexual Assault - Report number 07-1599
On October 11, 2007, a 20-year old resident of Ferndale, Mich., who is not an EMU student, reported that she was on the EMU campus on Sept. 19, 2007 at approximately 9:30 p.m. The victim reports that at this time, she voluntarily got in a car parked in the Ann St. Parking Lot with a person she had just met. The victim reports that while in the vehicle,the person committed criminal sexual conduct with forcible penetration on the victim. The victim reports that she and the suspect got out of the vehicle, when the suspect spoke with a second person, whom she did not know, who grabbed her arm and walked her back to the vehicle. The victim reports getting back in the vehicle and the second suspect committed criminal sexual conduct with forcible penetration while in the vehicle.
No weapons were used during the assaults and no injuries were reported by the victim.
The victim provided a description of the suspects and said the incident occurred in an unknown 4-door red car.
African-American male, 19-20 years of age, dark complexion, 6'-0",
slender/muscular build, no facial hair, straight teeth, short close hair
cut (like new growth), wearing black shirt and jeans
A second suspect is described as an African-American male, light
complexion, 5'-10" heavier build, hair cut to half-inch afro, wearing a
light colored T-shirt and jeans.
If anyone has information which may help in the investigation, they are
asked to contact EMU Police Detective Justin Scott at 734-487-0892, or
the EMU Police at 734-487-1222
Monday September 10th, 2007
EMU's Department of Public Safety recently received reports of two burglaries on the ground floor of the residence halls, where room windows were left open when rooms were unoccupied. Screens were then cut from the outside, allowing someone to reach in and steal items from the rooms.
DPS advises everyone to make sure their windows are secured and their doors locked when they leave their room.
Anyone who might have information about these burglaries should call DPS at 487.1222.