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Police blotter


Laura Davis/Graphic Designer

The following investigations are in progress, and the following people were arrested or issued summons, according to police reports.

1. Assault leads to arrest

Thomas Dillon, 33, was arrested for assault at 11:42 a.m. on Nov. 28 at Fellows Place and Rock Quarry Road. The victim was not found to be severely injured. Dillon was later released on summons.

2. Public intoxication at Saturday game causes arrest

Senior Connor Abbott, 20, was seen highly intoxicated during Saturday’s football game. He was arrested at 901 S. College Ave., adjacent to Faurot Field. He was also arrested for deceiving campus police and providing false identification at 5:37 p.m. Nov. 30. Abbott later posted $500 cash bond and was released.

3. Senior arrested for trespassing at football game

Senior Eric Schupp, 23, was stopped by campus police during the football game at 1100 S. Providence Rd. At 6:30 p.m. Nov. 30, he was arrested for entering a restricted area of the football stadium. He was sent to Boone County Jail on an unknown bond. Schupp was left in their custody.

4. Intoxicated minor arrested at Faurot Field

Sophomore Michael Winkeler, 20, was arrested for being highly intoxicated at the football game on Nov. 30. At 8:17 p.m., he was also arrested at Faurot Field for resisting arrest. He was transported to Boone County Jail and left in its custody on an unknown bond.

5. Man in possession of marijuana arrested

Jeffrey Clark, 51, was arrested for the possession of marijuana. MUPD stopped him at 1 Hospital Drive at 1:20 p.m. Dec. 1. Clark was released on summons.

If anyone has information on these crimes, contact Crime Stoppers at 875-TIPS. All calls are confidential. If a court authority later clears a charge listed in the blotter, contact The Maneater to request an updated entry.

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