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Page 6-The Michigan Daily -Weekend etc. - October 29, 1992

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On Patrol with the Bust Beat
It's 11:00 PM and the Ann Arbor Police Party Patrol begins to roll out
onto the streets of the U of M campus. This special division watches the
areas around fraternities and student houses for minors in possession,
open intoxicants and loud parties during the football season. The
following is a sample of some of the calls they responded to over the last
two'weekends. (Upper left) Staff Sgt. Dan Waites writes a ticket for
possession of open intoxicants. The subject was walking on Hill Street
near E. University St. when Sgt. Waites spotted him drinking from a can
of beer. (Upper right) Officer Thomas Kemp issues a ticket for a noise
violation to a resident of 818 Oakland after responding to a complaint
from a neighbor. The residents said that they were celebrating a friend's
twenty-first birthday and watching the sixth game of the World Series.
The party was limited to a small amount of friends, but they
still received their second ticket of the year. (Above) Dorie
Hicks, a member of the Gamma Tau Omega fraternity thanks
Waites. He called the police to his party when students from
EMU came uninvited. It took the police about fifteen minutes
to clear out the party-crashers. The party patrol offers this
service in an effort to help keep parties under control. No
tickets or warnings were issued to the fraternity. (Left)
Officer Stephanie Vogel watches as a river of beer flows
from behind the minivan of a 17-year-old Gabriel Richard

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