On the record

A roundup of this week’s crime at Ferris State University

Test and Keys

Oct. 6 10:00 a.m. A professor called DPS when it was found out that someone had keyed his car in Lot 71. There are no suspects at this time.

Don’t Tell Him

Oct. 7 1:54 a.m. A male driver was pulled over in Lot 16 due to not using a turn signal. After further investigation it was found that the driver had a suspended license. Due to COVID-19, he was on probation and he violated the Probation Officers Orders. The driver was issued a misdemeanor appearance ticket and the PO was notified.

Pass, Hit, Run, Wait

Oct. 11 1:27 a.m. During an improper pass, the suspect hit the vehicle it was passing. With no attempt to slow down, the victim followed the suspect back to an apartment complex. After the suspect fled the scene, the victim wrote down the suspects license plate, which was enough to get the vehicle towed. After trying to obtain their vehicle the suspect came into DPS and confessed of the crime and got a misdemeanor appearance ticket.

Too Dang Bright

Oct. 11 9:50 p.m. A traffic stop was initiated on Fourth Ave near, Madison Street, for using Bright Lights and not diming for oncoming traffic. After obtaining more information, the driver had a suspended license. The driver was also on probation in the county of Montcalm. It is up to the probation officer for further punishment other than the traffic violation ticket and misdemeanor ticket to appear in court.

Food Fight

Oct. 11 11:06 p.m. A neighbor called in a civil dispute at Robin Court. One guy threw food at another’s door, leading for the call to DPS. After the officers arrived it was found out it was truly just food being thrown at each other, nothing more, nothing less.