Officers arrest man fleeing from Ann Arbor Golf & Outing Club after attempted burglary
Ann Arbor police said a man was arrested early this morning after he attempted to break into the clubhouse at the Ann Arbor Golf & Outing Club on East Stadium Boulevard, where officers were in a parking lot taking a meal break.
At 3:40 a.m., officers were in a patrol car when they heard a crashing noise at the clubhouse, police spokeswoman Lt. Renee Bush said.
Police saw a man wearing a white shirt and white baseball cap running west across the golf course, Bush said. Officers found damage to a screen on a window that was believed to have been caused after a metal bench was thrown at it. Police also found that someone attempted to kick in a door at the clubhouse.
Officers radioed in their findings to dispatch, and officers found the 21-year-old Holt man near railroad tracks behind the University of Michigan police station on Kipke Drive, Bush said.
University police and Ann Arbor police made the arrest. Charges are pending.