Police in Mount Pleasant continue to look for the unruly students who attacked several officers and damaged three patrol cars early Sunday morning.
According to a news release issued by the Mount Pleasant Police Department, officers responded to several loud party complaints and fighting in the student housing section of South Main.
When officers arrived, they said they were met by people throwing rocks, bottles and debris at them.
No officers were injured, but three patrol cars suffered damage, including dents, scrapes, and a shattered window, Mount Pleasant officials said.
Detectives are reviewing in-car video and interviewing witnesses, according to the news release.
Once the individuals are identified, police said the department will seek criminal charges due to the seriousness of this matter.
"This past weekends behavior, which resulted in several police vehicles being damaged and objects being thrown at officers is again unacceptable and cannot be tolerated," Mt. Pleasant Director of Public Safety Anthony Gomez said.
The penalty for malicious destruction of police property is a four-year felony with fines and costs of to $5,000.
Police said they plan to increase enforcement efforts for the upcoming Central Michigan University versus Western Michigan University football game.
Anyone with any information is asked to contact the Mt. Pleasant City Police Department at 989-779-5100, or the anonymous tip line at 989 779-9111.