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Sterling Heights freshman arrested on assault charge related to Delta Chi brawl
Former athlete only person with 'sustainable evidence to arrest'
By: Staff Reports
Sterling Heights freshman Marcell Addris Dubose, listed as living at Saxe Hall Room 309, is free on a $3,000 bond pending formal pending arraignment in Isabella County Circuit Court.
Dubose was a walk-on for the football team heading into training camp on Aug. 1, but quit on Aug. 5, according to Assistant Sports Information Director Scott Rex.
He was also high school wrestling standout who was a member of the 2008 CMU wrestling team signing class.
Dubose is also facing trial in January on unrelated charges of possession of stolen property in connection with a laptop stolen from Emmons Hall in September, according to CMU Police.
Dubose pleaded not guilty on Dec. 5 in Isabella County Circuit Court on the stolen property charges, and is scheduled for a pre-trial conference on Jan. 12.
According to a release from the Isabella County Prosecutor's Office, the assault charge stems from the most severely injured person at the Delta Chi house.
The complainant is listed in court records as Joshua Blind, a Harrison Township junior. The penalty for aggravated assault is up to one year in jail, and a fine of up to $1,000.
Police interviewed more than four-dozen witnesses and filed a 110-page report to the Isabella County Prosecutor's Office, which led to Dubose's arrest after the Oct. 12 porch fight, which broke out at the Delta Chi fraternity house, 1007 S. Main St.
"We have repeatedly seen this type of conduct get so out of control that individuals have been seriously hurt or even killed," Isabella County Prosecutor Larry Burdick said in the press release.
"Alcohol, bravado and stupidity are a dangerous combination," Burdick stated. "In this case, several individuals failed to act appropriately, and we are fortunate that the injuries sustained were not more severe."