U-M gameday police stats: 4 arrests, 14 ejected from Michigan Stadium
The University of MIchigan Department of Public Safety reports four arrests Saturday during the Wolverines' game against Illinois in Ann Arbor.
Of those arrests, two were for resisting & obstructing a police officer, 1 for minor in possession of alcohol and 1 for possession of suspected marijuana.
Among other issues handled by DPS at Michigan Stadium on Saturday, according to spokesperson Diane Brown, there were:
- 3 citations: all for alcohol in the stadium.
- 14 additional ejections: 6 for alcohol in the stadium, 4 for violation of the stadium rules, 3 for disorderly conduct, 1 for unauthorized entry onto the field.
The explanation for the unauthorized entry onto the field: "A drunk visitor jumped the wall at the end of the first half."
The announced attendance was 110,922.
Emergency medical personnel provided assistance to 34 subjects, of whom 5 were taken to the hospital.