Updates from GVPD

| 3/27/16 9:46pm
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GVL / Kevin Sielaff - GVPD Captain Brandon DeHaan coordinates with those participating in the silent march to ensure a smooth transition into the Fieldhouse Arena. Touré, Vice columnist and well known author, visits Grand Valley's Allendale campus on a chilly Jan. 18, 2016. Hundreds of students gathered inside the Fieldhouse to listen to Touré's keynote speech; the students also participated in a silent march before the event.

by Kevin Sielaff / Grand Valley Lanthorn

Suspect identified from March 20 sexual assault report

The Ottawa County Sheriff's Office has identified the subject who was listed in the campus-wide safety notice last week. They are continuing their investigation of the report.

Once the investigation is complete, information will be released to the public.

Fieldhouse employees, students assist in health emergency

A 51-year-old male suffered from what appears to have been a heart attack after utilizing his gym membership to play racketball at the Grand Valley State University Fieldhouse Arena.

Emergency responders were called around 7:30 a.m. on March 25. Students working at the Fieldhouse worked to provide the man with emergency medical assistance.

"Grand Valley students and employees were vital to the handling of the emergency," said GVPD Capt. Brandon DeHaan. "We are very proud of the work done and we wish the best for the outcome of this situation."

Emergency personnel transported the man to Butterworth Hospital in Grand Rapids, where he is currently housed in the intensive care unit. 

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