MSUPD: Criminal sexual conduct, luxury shoe theft reported this week
The Michigan State University Police Department crime log includes 14 reports since Monday, March 19.
- One incident of embezzlement reported March 19 that occurred March 7 at the International Center.
- Two incidents of damage to property, with one reported March 19 at 1855 Place and the other reported March 21 at the MSU Power Plant. The incident at the power plant is under active investigation, while the other is no longer under investigation.
- One incident of extortion at the Hannah Administration Building reported March 19. There is an open and ongoing investigation into the incident.
- Two incidents of driving on a suspended, restricted or revoked license, one on March 19 and one on March 20, both occurring around Grand River Avenue.
- One incident of a motor vehicle as stolen property reported on March 22. In the same case, an additional incident of obstructing police was reported.
- One incident of first-degree criminal sexual conduct in Wilson Hall, reported on March 21.
- Four incidents of larceny, with two of the reports — one at the Breslin Center and one at Wilson Hall — which were reported March 21 now determined to be unfounded. The other two incidents, reported on March 20, occurred in Williams Hall and Regional Chilled Water Plant No. 1. The incident at the water plant is inactive.
- One forced-entry burglary, reported in Akers Hall March 19.
In the case of the Akers Hall burglary, MSUPD Capt. Doug Monette said a subject reported leaving for class and believed they left their door unlocked. When they returned, a pair of shoes with an estimated value of $400 were gone.
"The incident was investigated by the MSU Police," Monette said. "They have exhausted all leads and currently this case is closed. This case will be reopened if new information becomes available."