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CRIME LOG: Woman arrested for stealing $600 worth of merchandise from Walmart


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CMUPD cars sit in the parking lot outside the police station Jan. 8.

The following incidents were among those handled by the Central Michigan University Police Department from Jan. 1 to Jan. 11.

Jan. 1

CMUPD officers responded to a domestic assault call at the Courtyard Marriot at about 7 a.m. A 20-year-old woman was reportedly harassing a 26-year-old man. No arrest was made, but the report was turned over to the Prosecutor's office.

An 18-year-old woman called CMUPD after her 17-year-old ex-boyfriend showed up at her Kewadin Village apartment at 2 a.m. Officers learned that the ex-boyfriend was on probation and informed his probation officer of the incident.

Jan. 4

CMUPD officers provided security at about 1 a.m. while the Michigan State Police investigated a report of harassment and a potential weapons offense at the Super 8 Hotel located at 2323 South Mission Street. 

Jan. 7

CMUPD received a report of vandalism and damage to property in the Health Professions building around 1 p.m. Someone wrote "Hang Queers" in marker on one of the bathroom stalls. Facilities Management custodial staff promptly cleaned it off. Officers have no leads at this point.

Jan. 8

Officers came across a vehicle matching the description of a retail fraud suspect around 3 p.m. The 31-year-old driver was described by officers as "visibly nervous." They found she had approximately $600 worth of stolen merchandise from Walmart. She was arrested for retail fraud and driving with a suspended license, and taken to the Isabella County Jail.

Jan. 10

Officers responded to a traffic accident at 5 p.m. at the intersection of Mission and Deerfield. A red truck had landed in a ditch after running a stop sign. The driver, a 29-year-old man, was intoxicated. He was arrested and turned over to the Isabella County Sheriff's Department.

A 25-year-old man called CMUPD at approximately 2 a.m. after being harassed by a 20-year-old woman. The man said he told her he did not want a relationship with her but she continued to message him. Officers spoke with the woman, and she promised to stop.

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