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Saturday, July 12, 2014 | Last updated: 1:14pm

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Four suspects of Big Ten Championship disturbances arraigned, face misdemeanor charges

Editor’s note: This article has been clarified to reflect the respective locations of each suspect at the time of their arrest.

Four East Lansing residents have been arraigned after being arrested during Saturday’s civil disturbances throughout East Lansing.

22-year-old Jacob Gulick, who was arrested on Park Lane, was arraigned Monday. Stephen Sudek, also 22, was arrested in Cedar Village and also was arraigned Monday.

Izak Gracy, 19, and Maura McGlynn, 21, both were arrested in Cedar Village and faced arraignment Tuesday.

All four were charged with disorderly conduct, a misdemeanor for remaining within 300 feet of an open fire.

The four could face up to 90 days in jail and a fine of up to $500.

MSU’s name search database lists all four suspects as students.

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