MSU student from Saline says athletes beat, stabbed him
A Michigan State University student from Saline is alleging he was beaten and stabbed by a group of student athletes, according to a statement from his mother sent to AnnArbor.com
Courtesy of Barb Carmack
Brandon Carmack, an advertising major, was beaten, stabbed in the head and arm and left with a broken nose and broken ribs, Barb Carmack said in an email to AnnArbor.com.
The incident occurred earlier this week outside of a home on Beal Street in East Lansing, according to an MLive Lansing report.
Carmack and her husband did not return phone calls nor an email from AnnArbor.com seeking comment on the incident. MLive Lansing is reporting affiliate WLNS was told a police report has been filed with the East Lansing Police Department.
Police directed WLNS to the Ingham County Prosecutor’s Office and officials there declined to comment on the incident.
Pictures sent to AnnArbor.com by Barb Carmack show visible injuries to her son’s face, arms, midsection and legs. Some of the pictures show Brandon Carmack in a neck brace with cuts and scrapes on his face.
MSU officials did not return an email sent Thursday asking if a group of athletes is involved in a police investigation in this attack.