The atmosphere within the men’s basketball organization has been a mystery ever since head coach Derrick Clark was suspended and junior guard Cam Williams was dismissed. At the center of this is Clark’s future at MSU Denver. On Jan. 28, Clark was suspended and Williams was dismissed. The athletics department issued a press release that […]
In an unexpected play, Roadrunner head coach Derrick Clark quietly pleaded guilty to charges resulting from his May DUI arrest. Clark, whose Nov. 30 trial was dismissed after he took a guilty plea Sept. 16, previously told The Metropolitan he’d be happy to address his issues following legal resolution. However, he declined to speak on […]
Derrick Clark, MSU Denver men’s basketball head coach, had a plea hearing June 16, in connection with his recent arrest on suspicion of DUI. Although the district attorney offered a plea agreement, Clark didn’t immediately accept it or enter a plea. The case has been continued, with the next court date set for July 16. […]
With the passing of Amendment 64, things are beginning to change in Colorado. Now that owning less than 1 oz of Marijuana is legal, new complications have presented themselves for law enforcement. Met Reporter Jesse Salazar asked students on campus if they think being high on marijuana can impair the ability to drive.
I’m not a Lindsay Lohan fan. I do not follow her career — or her off-screen scandals. At least, not on purpose. It’s hard NOT to see the kind of shenanigans she’s gotten into. It’s everywhere. If you haven’t heard, celebrity Lohan has gotten into some trouble recently. With several DUI’s a few years ago, more than one charge of possession of cocaine and numerous trips to rehabilitation facilities, the freckled faced Lohan is no stranger to the back of a squad car. This started in 2007 and has only gained steam as the years roll on. In July, she served a jail sentence for failing to show up to her alcohol classes. After being released extremely early, (she served 14 days of 90 sentenced) she checked into a rehab center to serve 90 days there. Not long after being released, she failed two drug tests having cocaine and amphetamines in her system. She then went right back to jail. I bet the bed in her cell was still warm.
Officer Jackson Burkin responded to a call made about a purse theft in South Classroom. The victim left her purse and all its contents in room 142 unsecured. Upon her return the purse was gone. There are no suspects or leads in this case.
An officer responded to a call concerning a motor vehicle theft. Metro student Sarah Stammer had parked at a metered parking near South Classroom. After putting her keys on the ground to look through her purse she walked away from her locked 2001 Jeep Cherokee. When she realized she left her keys she came back to find her car missing.