Man accused of holding EMU student at gunpoint turns himself in
The man accused of holding an Eastern Michigan University student at gunpoint at her apartment before driving her around has turned himself in to police.
Darnell Garris, 31, is being held at the Washtenaw County Jail and is waiting to be arraigned on charges of unlawful imprisonment, assault with a dangerous weapon and domestic violence, according to court records. Garris and the woman were known to each other, university officials said.
Garris allegedly pointed a gun at the woman at about 4 a.m. Tuesday and took her out of her Westview Apartments home and into a yellow Ford Escape. Garris continued to point the gun at her as he drove her around, police said.
The woman was later dropped off back at her apartment and Garris drove away, according to police.
No injuries were reported in the incident.
There was no word Thursday afternoon on when Garris would be arraigned on the charges.