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Nov 08

Brutal Attack In Normal Park

Comments (0) 12:00 AM posted by admin |

I am admittedly the biggest Ypsilanti apologist. I don’t think anything bad ever happens in Ypsilanti. I don’t think there are unsafe places in town. I walk around late at night and it never crosses my mind that it might be dangerous. I thought the whole point of the Ypsi Crime web site was to point out just how safe a place Ypsilanti is. Now, within the past two days, there have been two startling crimes.

The first occurred during the power outage on Sunday when a woman was pistol-whipped and robbed by three men.

The second occurred yesterday morning when a woman was knocked unconscious and sexually assaulted by an intruder she found in her home.

Below you can find the official media release to the press and a composite sketch. I don’t ask you guys for much, but please click on the link and download the poster.

HOME INVASION/CSC/AWIM CASE 2005-18162
Incident occurred in the 1100 block of Congress Street within the City of Ypsilanti, on 11/07/05, between the hours of 10:00 am and 11:00 am.

The suspect is a black male, mid 30’s to mid 40’s, 5’10” to 6’02”, slim build, black hair and brown eyes. The suspect was wearing a light brown casual coat, baggy grey sweat pants and dark blue canvas deck style shoes.

Any with information regarding the incident or the suspect in this sketch should contact the Ypsilanti Police Department at (734) 483-9510 or Detective Sgt. Walker at (734) 483-5849.Incident occurred in the 1100 block of Congress Street within the City of Ypsilanti, on 11/07/05, between the hours of 10:00 am and 11:00 am.The suspect is a black male, mid 30’s to mid 40’s, 5’10” to 6’02”, slim build, black hair and brown eyes. The suspect was wearing a light brown casual coat, baggy grey sweat pants and dark blue canvas deck style shoes.Any with information regarding the incident or the suspect in this sketch should contact the Ypsilanti Police Department at (734) 483-9510 or Detective Sgt. Walker at (734) 483-5849.

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