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MSU police respond to assault, thefts and marijuana possession

January 15, 2016
<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 responded to an assault early Jan 13.

At approximately 1 a.m. MSU police was dispatched to Williams Hall, where a boyfriend and a girlfriend had gotten into an argument, MSU police Capt. Doug Monette said. The subject scratched the victim in several places including the arm, neck and face and was arrested. It was unclear in the report which individual was the victim. 

Marijuana Possession

On Jan. 13, MSU police responded to a report of marijuana use in Campbell Hall. Residential staff reported the aroma and the subject was arrested for possession of about seven grams of marijuana. 

Larceny

On Jan. 12 a student reported their cell phone had been stolen in Case Hall. The student reportedly placed the phone on a table to zip up their coat and when they went to retrieve it, it was gone. The case is ongoing, although there is not a good description of the suspect.

Larceny

On Jan. 11 at about 8 a.m., a student reported their bike stolen from the racks outside of Butterfield Hall. The student reported that they left their bike there during Christmas break and upon returning found it had been stolen. The bike had a value of about $300. There are no suspects in the case.

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.

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