A black student at Wayne State University in Michigan has emerged as the primary suspect for an alleged hate crime outside of her residence, the College Fix reported.
According to Zoriana Martinez, the Wayne State student, the crime took place because “because [she was] a black person living in their space.”
She alleged that somebody egged the door of her residence hall room and removed the LGTB pride sticker from her door.
Martinez claimed that the crimes happened on two separate occasions, first on Feb. 16, and then again on March 1.
But after looking carefully over the available evidence, it appears that Martinez committed the crime herself to secure a leadership role in the university’s Black Student Union.
“From a strictly evidentiary perspective, my conclusion is that this incident most likely didn’t occur as narrated,” the police report said. “The evidence concludes that absent any direct evidence any further time or effort expended on this matter would bear fruitless.”
The police report also suggested that Martinez might have had reason to break her lease due to a dispute over her pet dog.
Even if Martinez did not commit the crime herself, “there are absolutely no indicators of any racial intent,” the police report concluded.
Further, according to the police report, an unidentified person with knowledge of the situation “refuses to provide information.”
In light of the crime, Martinez has made several other accusations. She has also claimed that the university forcibly removed her from her dorm, which the school denied.
According to the College Fix’s report, Martinez is enrolled for classes in the upcoming fall semester.
Martinez has not responded for comment.