On the record

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

Before he cheats IRL

Jan. 19, 8:56 a.m., DPS was called for damage to property. It was found out a female Ferris student slashed all four tires of her supposed partner’s vehicle as well as keying it multiple times. The male student talked to DPS and agreed with their now ex-partner to pay for the damages and not to press charges. The case has since been referred to student conduct.

Caught red-eyed

Jan. 19, 5:25 p.m., There was a heavy odor of marijuana coming from Brophy hall, so DPS was called to investigate. After officers followed their noses to a singular dorm room, they investigated further into the case. After digging himself a grave, the student, caught red-eyed, surrendered the rest of the controlled substance since he was underage and caught in the act.

Smell real loud

Jan. 24, 1:02 p.m., DPS officers were dispatched to Brophy hall once again for a heavy stench of a scheduled one narcotic, marry jane. After officers knocked on doors and asked around, they could not find where the source of the stank was. The loud was not loud enough.

Pending charges on Big Rapids racist stalker

On Jan. 8, DPS received a call from a Black Ferris student who was being tailed by a red truck that was riddled with Trump stickers.

After DPS got in contact with the student, it was found out this was not the first time this had happened. The student had been followed by the same truck back in October, November and December.

Ferris DPS has issued an indefinite trespassing for the 56-year-old male perpetrator.

DPS is seeking an arrest warrant, pending the prosecutor, for stalking and possibly another charge if the evidence has lined up. 

This is an ongoing investigation.