ANN ARBOR, Mich (WXYZ) - A U of M student on the verge of potentially ground breaking cancer research was sabotaged by a former postdoctoral researcher.
Police say Vipul Bhrigu began tampering with Heather Ames' work to the point where she was questioned and even had to take a lie detector test.
Ames found alcohol in a cell, a place where she says alcohol could never accidentally end up.
A camera finally caught Bhrigu in action and he confessed to University Police. Bhrigu pleaded guilty to malicious destruction of personal property. Bhrigu has since fled the U.S. to his native India.
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