17 Arrested, 20 Ejected From Stadium at U of Mich. Football Game
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — University of Michigan (U-M) and city police arrested 17 people during a football game against the University of Notre Dame on Sept. 10.
Five people were arrested for disorderly conduct and three more were taken into custody for charges related to a stolen vehicle, The Detroit News reports. Other arrests were made on charges of assault and battery, domestic violence, larceny and resisting and obstructing a police officer.
In addition, police issued seven citations and ejected 20 people from the stadium.
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