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MICHIGAN-COACH-THREATS
(2007-01-19)
(wgvu) - A MAN WHO AUTHORITIES SAY STALKED
MICHIGAN FOOTBALL COACH LLOYD CARR AND OTHERS HAS BEEN SENTENCED TO
ONE YEAR'S PROBATION.
TOBI AKINMUSURU ENTERED A NO CONTEST PLEA TO A CHARGE OF USING A
COMPUTER TO COMMIT A CRIME.
PROSECUTORS DROPPED CHARGES OF MALICIOUS USE OF
TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND MALICIOUS ANNOYANCE BY WRITING IN EXCHANGE
FOR THE PLEA.
TWENTY-THREE-YEAR-OLD AKINMUSURU WAS ARRESTED IN OCTOBER. POLICE
FOUND HIM STANDING IN FRONT OF THE MICHIGAN UNION, WAVING A
BASEBALL BAT AND MAKING THREATS AGAINST CARR.
THAT DAY, CARR AND OTHER COACHING STAFF MEMBERS HAD RECEIVED
THREATENING, HARASSING AND OBSCENE E-MAILS.
THE PREVIOUS DAY, OFFICERS HAD FOUND AKINMUSURU PEERING IN THE
WINDOWS OF CARS PARKED AT SCHEMBECHLER HALL AND TOLD HIM NOT TO
RETURN TO CAMPUS.

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