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MSU Police respond to hunting on university property

December 3, 2015
<p>Michigan State University Police Department on Aug. 29, 2015. Courtney Kendler/The State News</p>

Michigan State University Police Department on Aug. 29, 2015. Courtney Kendler/The State News

Photo by Courtney Kendler | The State News

MSU police are reporting an incident of hunting at an MSU satellite property in Okemos on Nov. 29, MSU police Capt. Doug Monette said. Between 1:51 and 3:30 p.m., a passerby got into an argument with a male in his mid-20s who was hunting. Police responded to the call, made a traffic stop and were able to determine the individual was the suspect.

He was charged with trespassing, illegal hunting and violating conservation law. The case was forwarded to the Ingham County Prosecutor's Office for review.

During the football game against Penn State at around 4 p.m., MSU police responded to a fight in the stands. Two males got in a dispute, apparently over a New England Patriots hat. One was ejected from the stadium and no charges are being sought. 

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