WLNS Web Staff - EAST LANSING, MI (WLNS) - A 19-year-old MSU student has been arraigned following the Sweet 16 celebration after the Spartans beat Oklahoma.
Dylan Bonell, from Plymouth was arraigned Tuesday for his involvement in the disturbance that took place in the 100 block of Waters Edge on Saturday, March 28.
Bonell is facing two misdemeanor disorderly conduct charges and one minor in possession of alcohol charge. The disorderly conduct charges include remaining within 300 feet of a fire and hindering, assaulting or obstructing a police officer.
Bonell was released on a $500 personal recognizance bond with some conditions. Those include not drinking alcohol or doing drugs, taking a breathalyzer test daily between 7 - 9 a.m. and a curfew from 10 p.m. - 7 a.m. He also cannot be found within 2,500 feet of a civil disturbance.
If Bonell violates any of the conditions, the $500 bond could be revoked and Bonell could be placed in jail.
His next court appearance is scheduled for the end of April.
Police want to remind students and anyone else who may be out celebrating during or after the Final Four game on Saturday to be responsible. Anyone within 300 feet of an open fire who is not leaving can be arrested and could face a misdemeanor charge, including up to 90 days in jail and a $500 fine. If a student is found responsible for participating in an unlawful assembly or riot, the student could be suspended or expelled from their school.
For more tips and celebrating safely, visit www.msu.edu/celebrations.
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