Police Log: Sept. 26 - 29

Outside of the parties brought to the Central Michigan University community by Western Weekend, several instances of self-harm, theft and fighting made up most of last week's crime.


Police were called to Beddow Hall after an 18-year-old student intentionally cut herself. The cuts were superficial and did not cause serious injury. The student was voluntarily transferred to McLaren-Central Michigan for a mental health evaluation.  

Two women in Trout Hall had an argument which led to pushing and shoving. The two 18-year-olds were in a romantic relationship. No serious injuries occurred, and police said no criminal prosecution would come from the incident. 

Staff in Trout Hall detected the odor of marijuana and called police. Two 18-year-old men and one 19-year-old man were found with an unmeasurable amount of the drug. All three were reported to the Office of Student Conduct. 

An 18-year-old man in Larzelere Hall made comments about self-harm. Police approached the man, who was voluntarily transported to McLaren-Central Michigan for a mental health evaluation. 

Thorpe Hall staff smelled marijuana in the building. Police found two 18-year-old men vaping marijuana. Both were referred to the Office of Student Conduct. 

Police were called after two men in Parking Lot 44, ages 21 and 18, made comments about attempting suicide. One of the men said he wanted to commit suicide by cutting himself, the other overdosing on medication. Both men were voluntarily transferred to McLaren Central Michigan for a mental health evaluation.

A 20-year-old student from Herrig Hall was hospitalized after becoming intoxicated. The student was still hospitalized as of Friday morning. 


An 18-year-old woman in Fabiano Hall was voluntarily transferred to McLaren-Central Michigan after making comments of wanting to commit self harm. 

An 18-year-old woman reported receiving unwanted texts from an ex-boyfriend of the same age. The messages were not threatening, and the complainant said she did not wish to pursue criminal charges. 

A bicycle belonging to a 19-year-old man was reported stolen outside Saxe Hall. The bike had an estimated value of $50. No suspect was identified.

Malicious destruction of property was reported at a bridge on High Street. Glass was found broken on the bridge. The damage was estimated at $300. No suspects were identified.

Police were called after a fight broke out between two women, ages 22 and 23, on Broadway Street. The younger woman attacked the other by punching and pushing her. No serious injuries were reported. The incident was forwarded to Tribal Court.


An 18-year-old man was cited for minor in possession in Parking Lot 63.

A bicycle which had been stolen was found at the Bovee University Center. The bike belonged to an 18-year-old woman, who had not reported it as stolen. 

A couple from Shepherd were reported to police after attempting to fill a false prescription for narcotics at CVS Pharmacy. The incident involved a 28-year-old woman and a 27-year-old man.

A bicycle was reported stolen near Finch Fieldhouse. The bike belonged to a 22-year-old man and had an estimated value of $150. No suspects were identified. 

Police were called to the Courtyard Marriott when a 29-year-old employee facing discipline argued with staff. The employee had left by the time police arrived. 


A backpack belonging to a 23-year-old man was reported stolen at the Student Activity Center. The backpack was carrying $10 in cash, several documents and had an estimated value of $30. No suspects were identified.