Police: Ann Arbor man arrested for beating roommate with metal object
A 43-year-old Ann Arbor was arrested and charged with felonious assault over the weekend after he repeatedly struck his roommate with "a metal object," police said.
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Police were called to his apartment in the 2000 block of Pauline Boulevard at 10:16 p.m. Saturday for the fight. A 28-year-old man, with whom Fabean had been living for two years, told police Fabean attacked him with the metal object for unknown reasons.
“The victim said it was unprovoked," Bush said. "He took quite a beating."
Fabean is accused of striking the 28-year-old numerous times on the head, neck, back and forearms, Bush said. Police would not specify what the metal object was.
The 28-year-old suffered multiple injuries and was taken to University of Michigan Hospital. It was unknown Monday morning if he had been released.
Police said Fabean was intoxicated when arrested. The police report did not indicate if the 28-year-old had also been drinking, Bush said.
A preliminary examination for Fabean was set for April 25.