On Feb. 15 at 2:17 a.m., officers were dispatched for a suspicious situation that had just occurred in the J parking lots. The 18 year-old female resident student said she thought she was being followed through the parking lot by a smaller, dark-colored vehicle. Police located the driver of the vehicle, and it was determined he was not following anyone and was just looking for a parking space.
On Feb. 16 at 3:07 p.m., officers spoke with a 24-year-old commuter student regarding some harassing messages she had received on Facebook Messenger from a former student. Police learned the suspect has a disability and sometimes does not understand what they are saying. Officers spoke with the person’s guardian and explained the situation.
On Feb. 11 at 7:28 p.m., officers spoke with two resident students who reported that an older white male was yelling at them as they walked to University Village West. The resident students reported the man was driving on the sidewalk and began to yell at them when he exited his Chevy Malibu. Police determined the vehicle was an SVSU maintenance employee vehicle. Officers’ investigation determined this was a noncriminal investigation. Both parties had conflicting accounts of what occurred.
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