GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) - A former University of Michigan quarterback was the subject of a strange police call in Grand Rapids last month, according to an officer report released to 24 Hour News 8 on Thursday.
Tate Forcier, who quit the football team earlier this year, had locked himself in a bedroom of a third-floor apartment April 22, and was leaning out the window, the report states.
A woman in the apartment complex, in the 100 block of S. Division Avenue, called Grand Rapids police.
No one will say whether this was a suicide attempt, but the police report states the woman who called was concerned Forcier would jump from the window.
Officers were able to get Forcier to open the bedroom door. He was not arrested, but transported to a hospital.
GRPD released a report, redacting several details. When contacted, officers would not provide additional details, citing medical privacy laws.
Forcier has a girlfriend who lives in the Division Avenue apartment.
The former football star originally from California was replaced at U of M last season in the quarterback slot by Denard Robinson.
Forcier was declared academically ineligible before the Wolverines played in the Gator Bowl. In February, he announced a transfer to University of Miami (FL), but on May 13 -- three weeks after the Grand Rapids incident -- it was announced he would not be going to Miami after all.
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