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Page 2- The Michigan Daily - Friday, June 1A 1985
Campus crime scene

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This is a listing of major crimes for
the month of May in the campus and
student housing areas. Block numbers
are referred to rather than specific
street addresses. If you have any in-
formation about these crimes, please
call the University department of
public safety at 763-3313 or the Ann
Arbor Police Department.
Although only two sexual assaults
are on this map 13 were reported
throughout the city. The FBI
estimates that for every rape repor-
ted 10 go unreported. Just because
they are reported to the authorities
doesn't mean they aren't happening,
said director of campus security Leo
Heatley.
In comparison to statistics for
reported crimes in May of 1984, rob-
beries are up 11%, auto theft is up
56%, breaking and enterings are down
4%, and sexual assaults are up 400%.
In addition to the larcenies in-
dicated on the map, 10 were reported
in each the Graduate Library and the
Main Hospital, and five were reported
in each the Undergraduate Library,
Legal Research, and East Quad.
Information and statistics were
provided by Leo Heatley of cam-
pus security and Jerry Wright of
the Ann Arbor Police Department.
The map was compiled by Laura
Bischoff and Thomas Hrach. The
map was drawn by Jennifer Stein.

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Burglary-A burglary is defined as with the intent to operate the car Sexual assault and rape-The state of
any forcible entry into a room or without the driver's approval. Michigan recognizes four degrees of
building with the intent to commita Vehicle theft also includes autos rape. The most serious is sexual
crime. that had been returned after a short penetration with aggravating cir-
Larceny-A larceny is defined as the period. cumstances such as injury or use of
unlawful taking of property thus Robbery-Robbery is defined as the a weapon. The least serious is
depriving the owner of his property forcible taking of property from a sexual contact with no aggravating
rights. person in that individual's presen- circumstances. Sexual assault and FULLER ROAD GLACIERI
Vehicle theft-A vehicle theft is any ce. This category also includes ar- rape includes all four degrees of
unlawful entry into an automobile med robbery. sexual assault.
HAPPENINGS
Highlight Speakers Nixon.
Today's Smokebuster's Ball will combine dan- . Korean Christian Fellowship-9 p.m., Campus
Ting and entertainment with smoke-free air at Astronomy department-Gordon MacAlpine, Chapel, 1236 Washtenaw Court.
Weber's Inn, located at 3050 Jackson Rd. The pm , Angell Aud. B.
event begins at 8 p.m., and all proceeds will Computing center-Deb Masten, "How to Buya Miscellaneous
benefit the American Lung Association of Microcomputer," 10 p.m., 3113 School of Campus Broadcasting Network-"Arts and
Michigan. Education Building. Ideas," a cultural and variety program
Filmsoriginating from the WCBN studios, 6 p.m., 88.3
FilmsFM.
Cinema Two-Rear Window, 7:30 & 9:30 p.m., eetingsInternational Center, Peace Corps-information
MLB 3. Chinese Students Christian Fellowship-7:30 and displays, 10 a.m., corner of Liberty and
Cinema Two, Cinema Guild, Ann Arbor Film p.m., Packard Road Baptist Church, 2580 Packard Division.
Coop-Repo Man, 7, 8:40, and 10:20 p.m., MLB 4. Rd. International Folk Dance Club-lessons, 8 p.m.;
Michigan Theater Foundation-Once Upon a Information Systems and Planning-10:30 p.m., open dancing, 9:30 p.m., Angell Elementary
Time in the West, 7:30 p.m., Michigan Theater. Regents' Room, Fleming Administration School, 1608 South University.
Ann Arbor Public Library-The Toughest Job Building. StatePlaza-six ring circus, 9:30a.m., 222South
You'll Ever Love, 8p.m., 343South Fifth Avenue. International Students Fellowship-7 p.m., 4100 StateSt.

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Police Notes
Larcenies reported
Nearly $4,000 worth of jewelry was
stolen from a briefcase in the Frieze
Building Tuesday afternoon, campus
security said. The thief got away with
a white gold diamond ring and a
yellow gold amethyst ring.
In the School of Education Building,
a purse and its contents, valued at $37,
were stolen from a staff member's
desk.
A student's $23 textbook was stolen
Tuesday at the Legal Research
Building when the owner left the area.
-Laura BischQff

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