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High speeds and blowing stop signs
Recovered/Stolen Auto – 3:10 p.m. Monday, July 22 — Officers responded to E. Buckeye Rd/Homberg Ln for a report of a stolen auto. Officers observed the driver/vehicle driving at a high rate of speed and blowing through stop signs. The driver/vehicle crashed into a stop sign at Cottontail Trail/E. Buckeye Rd. The driver/suspect (16-year-old WM) and passenger/suspect (18-year-old AAM) fled on foot. A third subject/suspect (15-year-old AAF) remained with the vehicle. The driver/suspect was apprehended, arrested, conveyed to the Juvenile Reception Center and charged with operating a motor vehicle without consent and multiple traffic citations. The AAM passenger remains at-large (charges pending for his arrest). No charges/citations were filed against the AAF subject.
Shots fired, a stolen car, a police chase, two injuries and a wrecked car07/20/2019 – 12:44 PMArrested:1 Juvenile Female, 16 years old
1 Adult Female, 17 years oldShortly before 12:45 pm Saturday, Madison Police responded to the 6900 Block of Park Ridge Drive on the SW side for a report of shots fired. A casing was recovered linking the shooting to a stolen white Audi that had left the area.Shortly after 1:30 pm, the stolen Audi was traveling on East Washington Ave. When a vehicle stop was attempted, the stolen vehicle fled. A vehicle pursuit was initiated which traveled outbound on East Washington Ave and into the North and East police districts.The two female occupants of the stolen vehicle fled after a crash with an MPD squad. The two were arrested after a foot pursuit. Both suspects were transported to a local hospital for treatment related to minor injuries.Two MPD officers received treatment for minor injuries related to the crash and foot chase. The juvenile suspect will be taken to the Juvenile Reception Center while the adult suspect will be taken to the Dane County Jail on tentative charges of eluding a police officer and operating a motor vehicle without the owners consent.
Related?1:20 p.m. Officers responded to the 9500 block of Hill Creek Dr. for a victim (64 year-old WM) reporting his vehicle stolen. The garage the vehicle had been in was open and the keys were in the vehicle prior to the theft. The vehicle was located later by State Patrol. Pursuit of this vehicle was attempted, but was subsequently terminated. The suspects who stole this vehicle may also have been involved in the weapons offense which occurred at 12:44 p.m.
Monthly Archives: November 2017
‘Hey white boy, what you doin’ uptown?’ — Lou Reed The social justice night riders are out, baying for the blood of white men — all complicit in the election of Donald Trump. When identity politics is all you’ve got, … Continue reading
Now observing 46 straight days without a credible allegation Why are we not surprised? The answer is, because we can connect the dots: from the hate and violence of hip hop and gangsta rap …. to the cop bashing of … Continue reading
Here is the roll call on the vote to impose a $28 annual vehicle registration fee for Dane County residents on top of existing state fees: IN FAVOR 27: BAYRD, BOLLIG, CHENOWETH, CORRIGAN, DYE, ERICKSON, GILLIS, HENDRICK, KOLAR, KRAUSE, LEVIN, MATANO, … Continue reading
“This is what democracy looks like,” the Derail the Jail mob chanted Monday night as they disrupted a scheduled meeting of the Dane County Board of Supervisors. No, this is what the Bolshevik putsch 100 years ago looked like. This … Continue reading
UPDATE: County Board to meet tonight (11-21-17) to reconsider fees, including the $28 wheel tax, and the tax levy but NOT the county jail. More here. Monday’s regularly scheduled meeting was continually disrupted by the 75 to 80 people in … Continue reading
On this bright and warmish Monday, the unlettered field hands are singing their folk songs from the AC/DC catalog in memory of its late co-founder as they prepare the Experimental Work Farm & Penal Colony for the onset of winter. … Continue reading