Residents fight back during break ins near EMU - New York News

Residents fight back during break ins near EMU

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YPSILANTI, Mich. (WJBK) -

People are on edge near the campus of Eastern Michigan University. There have been several break ins reported. But, the victims are not going down without a fight.

Click on the video player to watch Randy Wimbley's report.

Police say it all went down on the 600 block of Emmet around 4:30 Saturday morning. The victims manhandled a burglar until police rolled up. The break in on Emmet is one of three reported home burglaries Saturday.

We talked to another one of the victims. The thief in that case was not caught. The suspect in the Emmet break in is behind bars. If you have any information about the other home invasions, call Ypsilanti police.

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