Police on Tate Forcier: 'No action taken'
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. -- Police in Grand Rapids, Mich., say a woman called them because she was concerned that former Michigan quarterback Tate Forcier was going to jump from her apartment window.
An officer was able to get Forcier to open the door and "no police action was taken."
Police released a one-page report Friday to The Associated Press, one day after it was reported by WOOD-TV in Grand Rapids.
The police report says Forcier locked himself in a bedroom in Apartment 314 on April 22 and a woman told officers he was "leaning out a window." Other details were redacted and police declined further comment Friday.
Forcier and his father did not return messages left seeking comment. Forcier, who played two seasons at Michigan, planned to transfer to Miami but never enrolled.
Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press
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