Police Files Nov. 1

A locker without a lock

At 3:05 p.m. on Oct. 19, a complainant came to the Oakland University Police Department to file a larceny report. The student stated that she put her backpack in a hallway locker outside Hannah Hall at 10:00 a.m. but did not put a lock on it. At 11:15 a.m. she returned to her locker and noticed that her wallet containing a visa debit and credit card, a $50 Best Buy gift card, a $200 American Express gift card, her driver’s license and $2 cash was missing. She stated that there was a suspicious female talking to her when she put her backpack in her locker, and she said that if she saw her again that she would contact OUPD.

Half of a gallon

OUPD dispatch received a transfer call from the Oakland County Police Department dispatch at 2:44 a.m. on Oct. 14 in regards to an underage female that was drunk and throwing up blood. The officers found her and a male sitting in the grass near a parking lot. The female was lying on the ground with her upper body supported by the male, her shirt covered in vomit and a gallon zip-lock bag next to her almost half filled with vomit. Unable to fully open her eyes, keep her head stationary, or tell officers where her ID was, she was transferred to Crittenton Hospital. The male stated that he knew her from a class and that he showed up to a party half way through and she was already throwing up in the bathroom. She was not issued an MIP due to the state of her intoxication.

Serial hugger

OUPD dispatch received a call on Oct. 14 form a subject stating that she was inappropriately hugged by a white male wearing cargo shorts and a University of Michigan t-shirt while walking away from Oak View Hall. An officer observed a white male walking by the Matthews Court Apartments slowing down to make contact with a group of people, asking if they wanted a hug. All members of the group said “no.” The officer made contact with the individual and asked if he had tried to hug or make contact with anyone at OVH, which he denied. He was advised that there was a subject who had stated otherwise and told he needs to receive consent before hugging anyone. The subject stated that he understood and the scene was cleared without incident.