MSU police respond to destruction of property, breaking and entering
MSU police is reporting a breaking and entering, assault and malicious destruction of property in Akers Hall on Oct. 27.
A 20-year-old male student was allegedly assaulted by a 21-year-old male from East Lansing and a 23-year-old male from Hope, MI. They also allegedly caused $1000 in damage to a 2012 Maserati. The crime was witnessed by three 18-year-old male students and a 20-year-old male student and police were dispatched to the location.
The victim received minor injuries to his face and the case was forwarded to the Ingham County Prosecutor's Office for review.
Here are the other crimes reported by MSU police Sgt. Florene McGlothian-Taylor:
Failure to obey police officer
Early on Oct. 28 MSU police were dispatched to West Akers Hall regarding a pulled fire alarm where they arrested an 18-year-old male student for not obeying a police officer.
Malicious destruction of property
The Main Library was the victim of property destruction on Oct. 27 at 9:30 p.m. Officers were dispatched to the library regarding a broken gate. There are no suspects and the case is still under investigation.
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.
For a total number of incidents on campus during home football games, visit this previous story from The State News.