OUPD dispatched to South Foundation for student medical emergency, suspicious bag
The Oakland University Police Department and emergency responders were dispatched to South Foundation Hall Jan. 8 at 7:30 p.m. because a student was having a medical emergency.
According to a professor, the student had a seizure.
At the same time, police received a report that there was a suspicious bag on the second floor of the building. The bag was found to be no threat, according to Lt. Terry Ross.
The Oakland Post will continue to update this story as more information becomes available.
Fire alarm wrongly set off at Greek cottage
Oakland University police officers were dispatched to a Greek cottage on Adams Road in response to a fire alarm Dec. 30 at 3:01 a.m.
Police arrived on scene and observed no sign of a fire but saw a group of people standing outside.
One male student approached the officers to tell them there was no fire and that the female student who pulled the alarm was walking toward the Sigma Alpha Epsilon house.
Police went to the house and spoke with the female student who was visibly distraught and said she pulled the alarm to prevent a fight. She told police she had been at a bar and her ex-boyfriend came to pick her up and take her home.
When she was dropped off at the Greek cottage, she said her ex-boyfriend and the male student began an argument, at which point she pulled the fire alarm.
Police spoke with all involved and every story matched. The two males said there was no physical contact involved during the confrontation.
Police advised all involved to have no contact with each other.