U-M police: Man caught urinating in public on campus had heroin and cocaine
Courtesy of U-M Police
A 42-year-old Ypsilanti man caught urinating in public near the Thayer Carport on University of Michigan's campus early Tuesday was also in possession of drugs, police said.
The man was arrested around 2:16 a.m. at 216 South Thayer Street after officers witnessed him urinating in an alley. Police initially placed him under arrest him for indecent exposure, but a subsequent search revealed he was in possession of suspected heroin, cocaine and marijuana, according to U-M police.
Investigators believe the drugs were packaged for sale.
The man was taken to the U-M police department, processed and released pending the authorization of a warrant by the prosecutor's office.
He could face drug charges, as well as a count of indecent exposure.