The Oakland Post

Police Files July 5

Shelby Tankersley, Editor-in-Chief

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Arrest on Campus

On June 8, a man came into the Oakland University Police Department and turned himself in. He had applied for a concealed pistol license, during which he became aware of his arrest warrant. The warrant had been out since May 19 and OUPD verified that it was valid. The man was wanted for domestic violence and malicious destruction of property. He was finger printed and arraigned later that day. He was then released on bond and taken back to Oakland by an officer.

Larceny in the O’rena 

On the night off June 10, a man flagged down an OUPD officer out on patrol. He asked of someone could look over the surveillance tapes to see if someone had stolen from his cleaning crew. A vacuum was missing from where it had been placed in a storage room under the bleachers. The vacuum was later found in Elliott Hall. It was taken to the OUPD and placed with other stolen property, it will be returned when the case is resolved.

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