Boy arrested after robbery of University of Michigan student
A boy was arrested Monday after University of Michigan police said he robbed a 20-year-old U-M student outside the Ross School of Business complex.
About 10:40 p.m., the student, who had finished working at a campus library for the night, was walking to his car in the 700 block of East University Avenue when a group of men, including the boy, shoved him to the ground and took his wallet and backpack, police said.
The victim declined medical attention.
Officers arrested the boy and took him to Washtenaw County's juvenile detention facility, police spokeswoman Diane Brown said. Brown declined to release his age, saying she couldn't because he's a juvenile. Police also arrested a 21-year-old man for an alleged probation violation.
Charges in the robbery are pending.