MSU Police respond to burglary, malicious destruction of property
MSU police are reporting two incidents of burglary, each involving the victims possibly leaving their doors unlocked, MSU police Sgt. Florene McGlothian-Taylor said.
The first occurred on Nov. 9 in West Holden Hall where an 18-year-old female reported the theft of prescription pills after leaving her room a number of times, although she could not remember if she locked her door or not. There are no suspects and the case is under investigation.
Another case of burglary was reported between Nov. 6 and Nov. 10 in Akers Hall. An 18-year-old male students said he left his wallet in his room and left multiple times over the course of a few days, not locking his door. He then reported the wallet missing. The wallet itself was valued at $60 and in it was $300 in foreign currency and $200 in American currency, all in $20 bills. A witness, his 19-year-old male roommate last saw the wallet on Nov. 6. There are no suspects and the case is under investigation.
Malicious destruction of property
Between late Nov. 9 and early Nov. 10, a 20-year-old male student told police he had his car parked in Ramp 4, where he said after returning to his car he found a two foot scratch on the rear driver's side door. Parking spaces were apparently tight, and the suspect is a 55-year-old male from East Lansing, although McGlothian-Taylor said police are unsure if he caused the scratch.
This does not represent every report taken by MSU police. For every incident's time and location, view MSU police's Clery Crime and Fire Log.
For the East Lansing Police Department, visit their crime map.
Due to the large number of crimes usually occurring during home games, individual reports are not detailed.