4 arrests and 25 people ejected from Michigan Stadium during EMU game
University of Michigan police arrested four people Saturday at Michigan Stadium as the Wolverines beat Eastern Michigan University, 31-3.
The four arrests included two charges of minor in possession of alcohol, one charge of unlawful entry and one charge of violating the controlled substance act, said Diane Brown, spokeswoman for the U-M Department of Public Safety.
In addition to the arrests, four tickets were written: Three for alcohol in the stadium and one for a violation of stadium rules.
Twenty-five people were ejected from the stadium, Brown said. Nine were for having alcohol in the stadium, seven for possessing another person's ID, six for violating stadium rules and three for disorderly conduct.
Meanwhile, 49 people were treated by emergency personnel. One was transported to University Hospital for an undisclosed condition.
The announced attendance for the noon game was 110,343.