7 Michigan State football players charged in aftermath of tunnel incidents
Seven Michigan State football players are facing criminal charges for their roles in violent postgame incidents following a loss at Michigan on Oct. 29. Those seven were indefinitely suspended by Michigan State following the incidents. A Michigan State football team spokesman did not immediately return a message seeking comment about the charges issued Wednesday. The University of Michigan Police Department led the investigation with help from the Michigan State University Police and Michigan State Police, the Washtenaw County Prosecutor’s Office said in a press release. Following the incidents, Michigan State coach Mel Tucker and then-president Samuel Stanley apologized for what transpired in the Michigan Stadium tunnel.mlive.com
Big Ten waiting on prosecutor’s decision before potential discipline for Michigan-MSU tunnel incidents
Warren’s son, Powers Warren, is a walk-on tight end for Michigan State but didn’t make the travel roster for the game at Michigan. Although it’s still unclear how the incidents started, video evidence showed Michigan State defensive back Khary Crump swinging his helmet at Green. In a separate incident, McBurrows was surrounded and pushed and struck by Michigan State defensive end Zion Young, linebacker Itayvion “Tank” Brown and defensive back Angelo Grose. No Michigan players have been publicly disciplined and Diamond doesn’t believe the incidents should result in criminal charges. Michigan beat Nebraska last week in the first game at Michigan Stadium since the incidents against Michigan State.mlive.com
University of Michigan police still investigating postgame tunnel incidents
Six days after violent postgame incidents following Michigan’s win against Michigan State in Ann Arbor, it’s still unclear if criminal charges will be filed. Eight Michigan State players have been suspended indefinitely for their roles in the incidents that occurred in the Michigan Stadium tunnel after the Wolverines won 29-7 against the Spartans last Saturday night. Following last Saturday’s game, the teams were separated and Michigan State players headed up the tunnel while many Michigan players celebrated with the Paul Bunyan Trophy on the field. It’s still unclear what started the altercations but video evidence shows Michigan State defensive back Khary Crump swinging his helmet and hitting Green. In a separate incident, McBurrows was surrounded and pushed and struck by Michigan State defensive end Zion Young, linebacker Itayvion “Tank” Brown and defensive back Angelo Grose.mlive.com
Michigan State cooperating with Big Ten, police in aftermath of tunnel incident
Michigan State will cooperate with the Big Ten and other entities as they look into what happened in the Michigan Stadium tunnel late Saturday night. Spartans Athletic Director Alan Haller released a short statement early Sunday morning addressing an altercation between members of the Michigan and Michigan State football teams moments after the conclusion of their game. Haller was seen speaking to Big Ten commissioners Kevin Warren and a member of the University of Michigan Police Department shortly after the incident. As players walked up the tunnel that leads to both the home and visitor’s locker rooms, a group of Michigan State players were seen kicking, punching and shoving Michigan defensive back Ja’Den McBurrows. Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh said that two Michigan players were “assaulted” following the game.mlive.com
University of Michigan police investigate online shooting threat targeting women on Ann Arbor campus
The University of Michigan Police Department is investigating a message posted on a Russian-operated confessions website indicating an intent to carry out an active shooter incident targeting women on campus October 4 with the year not specified.
U-M police: Person of interest in armed robbery on North Campus in custody
ANN ARBOR – The University of Michigan Police Department announced on Tuesday it has a person of interest in custody in an armed robbery that took place on North Campus on Saturday. When the victim approached the vehicle, the suspect pulled a gun and demanded he give him the property before fleeing in an unknown direction. U-M Police Department’s Safety and Security Tips:If selling or buying goods, meet in the Safe Exchange Zone or other neutral, populated and well-lit areas. If you are in need of a safe place for an in-person exchange of goods, DPSS has established a “Safe Exchange Zone.”Do not disclose unnecessary personal details and avoid meeting at your home. If you feel threatened, look for a blue light emergency phone or call 911 from any phone.
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor Police Department partnership seeks to educate social students
ANN ARBOR, Mich. University of Michigan students congregating in large groups or not wearing masks can expect to receive reminders about public health and safety. On Aug. 24, the City of Ann Arbor issued an emergency order limiting indoor gatherings to 10 people, and outdoor gatherings to 25. She said that with the new Ann Arbor ordinance, there is less confusion about where people should be wearing masks. Learn more about the Michigan Ambassador program here. Related:City of Ann Arbor issues emergency ordinance limiting gatherings, requires face masksAnn Arbor Parks and Recreation: Tubing prohibited on Argo Cascades starting FridayAnn Arbor Police Department announces University of Michigan partnership for fall term
Ann Arbor Police Department announces University of Michigan partnership for fall term
ANN ARBOR, Mich. The Ann Arbor Police Department has announced a collaboration with the University of Michigan to encourage students and community members to follow public health guidance this fall. The teams will canvass from noon to midnight every day of the week at the start of the semester. Read the statement below:The Ann Arbor Police Department has been working in collaboration with the University of Michigan to plan for a safe start to the Universitys 2020 fall semester. Significant planning efforts have been undertaken this year by our Michigan and City of Ann Arbor agencies to identify ways to help our community manage this unprecedented situation. In addition, the University of Michigan has created a telephone hotline to allow community-based public health concerns to be addressed via a system that has been designed to reduce the need for law enforcement for a firstresponse.
5th annual Purple Run in Ann Arbor to benefit SafeHouse Center
ANN ARBOR, Mich. - The University of Michigan Police Department and the Washtenaw County Prosecutor's Office will host the 5th Annual Purple Run on Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019This year's race is starting at 9 a.m. at the Duderstat Center, 2281 Bonisteel Boulevard on North Campus. The 5K run/walk is a family event and will once again benefit SafeHouse Center. "We are honored to have the support of our great community partners," Barbara Niess-May, Executive Director of SafeHouse Center said. For more information on the run, visit the Purple Run website. All About Ann Arbor is powered by ClickOnDetroit/WDIV.