Sexual assault investigation involving University of Michigan football player continues
Ann Arbor police continue to investigate a reported sexual assault Sunday of a female University of Michigan student at a party at the Chi Psi fraternity.
A U-M football player was arrested and released Sunday after being questioned in the 2 a.m. incident at 620 South State St.
No charges have been filed, Sgt. David Strauss said this afternoon. Police have not released the player's name and would not release a copy of the police report today.
Both the man and accuser are 18 years old and know each other, Det. Dave Monroe said Sunday.
The fraternity's president, Michael Taub, said the football player is not affiliated with the fraternity.Â
University officials have not commented on the incident.
"The Ann Arbor Police are still doing an investigation," said Bruce Madej, associate athletic director for media relations. "At this time, we're not prepared to comment."
- Staff reporter Dave Birkett contributed to this story