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Week of October 14, 2013

Police Beat

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HHC officers assaulted by patient

Four Hospitals and Health Center Security officers sustained minor injuries Sept. 15 when they were subduing a patient. The 35-year-old subject was wielding a broken-off IV pole as a weapon before he was restrained. The investigation has been submitted to the Washtenaw County prosecutor’s office for review of possible assault charges.

Football tickets stolen in burglary

Season football tickets reportedly were taken from a Markley Hall room when it was left unattended. There were no signs of forced entry, but the door reportedly had been propped open three times during the suspected timeframe of 5 p.m. Sept 5 to noon Sept 6. There are no suspects.

No property missing in two burglaries

Two additional burglary reports were filed with university police in September; no property was taken in either incident and there are no suspects.

At the Coliseum, a TiVo device was found unplugged on an open window ledge at 10:30 a.m. Sept 1. The device had been accessible by reaching through an open exterior window.

An interior door was found forced open at the Grounds Building on Greene Street at 8a.m. Sept 16. The area had been used Sept. 14 for the student general admission queuing area.

Move-in golf cart stolen

A rented golf cart used by University Housing staff during fall move-in reportedly was stolen from outside the Student Activities Building. The incident occurred between 2 a.m. Aug. 31 and 5 a.m. Sept. 1. There are no suspects.

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