At 2 p.m. Oct. 24, the Payroll Department discovered some discrepancies in an employee’s payroll deposit change request. When they contacted the employee, the person indicated that they did not make that request. The request came from an outside email account. Police contacted the person whose email made the request. The account was closed and is under investigation for other fraudulent activities.
At 9:25 p.m. Oct. 24, a 19-year-old student called to report that her roommate’s ex-boyfriend was possibly on his way to their apartment in Pine Grove, and her roommate was not there. A check of the area was done, and officers did not locate the ex-boyfriend. They were advised to call if he does show up.
At 9:53 p.m. Oct. 25, officers met with Residential Life Staff regarding the smell of marijuana in University Village. When officers went to the apartment, all of the residents denied smoking. One of the roommate’s boyfriends was upstairs, and officers discovered that he had been around people who had been smoking. He had four active warrants out of the Detroit area, but none of the departments would come up to get him. He was given a trespass letter and told to leave campus.
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