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Crime Log: Police arrest man for urinating in sink


The following incidents were among those handled by Mount Pleasant Police Department and Central Michigan University Police Department from Sept. 19 to Sept. 26.

Sept. 19

An MPPD officer pulled over a 24-year-old woman after she failed to stay in her lane at 1:58 a.m. on S Mission Street. She told the officer she had one drink earlier that night. She failed her sobriety test and had a blood alcohol content level of 0.09. She was lodged in Isabella County Jail.

Sept. 20

City police are investigating a sexual assault case involving a juvenile. Police said no further information can be given because the case is still open and active.

MPPD officers were called at 11:23 p.m. to E Pickard Street for a couple arguing outside of a store. Officers found a 29-year-old woman and a 41-year-old man. Officers ran their names and found outstanding warrants from Gratiot and Midland counties. A backpack was found nearby with items belonging to the woman and drug equipment. Meth residue was found on the equipment. The woman denied it was hers and told officers she was two months pregnant. Neither Gratiot nor Midland Counties picked up the warrants. A report was sent to the prosecutor's office.

Sept. 21

MPPD officers were called at 11:59 a.m. to S Crawford Street for a possible robbery. The resident, a 24-year-old woman, told officers she thinks her father, 59, broke into her apartment and stole her seizure medication. She cannot prove it was her father, but she suspects it was him because he is currently angry with her. Additionally, photos of the woman and her father were torn up. She does not want to pursue charges, but she filed a report so she could get her prescription refilled early.

City officers were called at 2:47 p.m. to S Elizabeth Street for a high school student vaping in a bathroom. The 16-year-old man was cited for minor in possession. The situation is now being handled by the Probate Court.

CMUPD was called at 9:55 a.m. to W Campus Drive because a 31-year-old CMU employee lost his keys.

Sept. 22

Campus police were called at 5:21 p.m. to the Student Activity Center pool. An 18-year-old woman said she felt like someone was watching her swim. A 25-year-old man approached her and started asking her questions. The man told officers he was trying to meet new people. He agreed to leave her alone.

Sept. 23

CMUPD assisted the Michigan State Police with getting evidence off of a cell phone at 11:02 a.m. All evidence was turned over to the State Police.

CMUPD was called at 11:00 a.m. to W Bellows Street after a student reported a strange text message. The 20-year-old woman told officers the text claimed she signed in to Wayside when she did not when she was there the night before. Officers checked with O'Kelly's and Wayside and were told the text message was never sent by them. No other leads have been found.

CMUPD helped The Michigan State Police secure a scene at 10:36 p.m. in McLaran Hospital. Officers were making sure a patient was not going to leave the hospital. 

Sept. 24

Campus police were called at 12:47 p.m. to Calkins Hall for an 18-year-old man having difficulty breathing. The man told officers he thought he was having an allergic reaction from something he ate earlier that day.

MPPD officers were called at 3:46 a.m. to the 7-Eleven on S Mission Street because a 23-year-old man was seen urinating in a sink. The man had loitered near the store for an hour and a half prior. He smelled of alcohol, had poor balance and was using the counter to stay upright. He told officers he came to the 7-Eleven after drinking and lost track of time. His blood alcohol content was 0.11. He was lodged in Isabella County Jail.

Sept. 25

CMUPD was called at 4:18 p.m. to the Mariot Hotel Bar because an 18-year-old man was loudly arguing with his 46-year-old father. The men were separated and no charges were given.

Sept. 26

CMUPD was called at 3:15 a.m. to E Broomfield Street because someone reported seeing an arguement between two 18-year-old men and a 22-year-old man. Officers separated the men and no charges were given.

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