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Police advise how to keep belongings safe during break

(12/09/15 9:31pm)

Central Michigan University Polices and Mount Pleasant Police Department officials advise students to take their valuables with them when they leave over winter break to minimize temptations of break-ins.While incidents of breaking into residence halls over winter break are rare, MPPD officer Jeff Browne said they receive several reports each year of off-campus apartment and home invasions over winter break.

Liaison meeting discusses ways to curb student behavior

(11/11/15 10:44pm)

A task force of students, city officials, law enforcement and Mount Pleasant residents was assembled to answer one question: How can student behavior be addressed to improve city and student relationships?The CMU/city liaison committee met for the first time last night to brainstorm ideas. "We're not going to walk out of here with a solution," said City Manager Nancy Ridley.

Greer jailed on bond violations, prostitution charge

(11/06/15 1:15pm)

Former Central Michigan University football player Brandon Greer is housed at the Isabella County Jail on obstructing justice and prostitution charges.The 21 year-old was arrested in July on charges of intent to commit sexual penetration, criminal sexual conduct, attempted unlawful imprisonment, lying to a police officer, eight counts of disturbing the peace and one count of assault and battery.

Kinville enters no contest plea

(11/02/15 10:50am)

Former Central Michigan University football player Michael Kinville plead no contest to two charges, after facing assault by strangulation and domestic violence charges after police say he choked his girlfriend May 30 insider a Deerfield Village apartment. Kinville plead no contest to one count of aggravated domestic assault and one count of domestic violence.

Twenty cited or arrested Halloween night

(11/01/15 8:48pm)

Twenty people were cited or arrested on Halloween night. Mount Pleasant Sgt. Dan Gaffka said the bulk of these arrests were alcohol-related or connected to nuisance parties. A nuisance gathering is defined as a gathering, party or meeting conducted on or within the city, which results in public alcohol consumption, intoxication, use or possession of any controlled drug or substance, indecent exposure or public urination, the unlawful sale or consumption of alcohol, the unlawful depositing of trash or litter on a public or private property, property damage, traffic obstruction, far-reaching audible noise, public disturbances or violation of fire codes.Nuisance party violations have increased at all big event weekends at CMU, including Welcome Weekend and Homecoming.