Blaska to honor Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Some assembly required
Following the school to prison pipeline
Take the bus, leave the fighting to us
5:10 p.m. Wednesday, January 15 – Officers were dispatched to a physical fight that occurred on a City of Madison Metro bus near Broadway/Fayette Ave. The bus driver/victim (48-year-old WF) attempted to intervene, but the suspect (16-year-old AAF) kept on fighting. The suspect was arrested for battery to a public transit vehicle operator and conveyed to the Juvenile Reception Center. One of the juveniles (13-year-old AAM) involved in the original disturbance was cited for battery and disorderly conduct.
Kids crashing cars!
10:00 a.m. Tuesday, January 15 — Officers responded to assist Monona PD with a hit-and-run crash on the Beltline where four subjects/suspects fled on foot. The suspects were subsequently apprehended (all juveniles – ages 14, 15 and 16) with MPD assistance, as well as several other agencies. Monona PD has the lead on this investigation.
At 3 o’clock in the morning!
3:08 a.m. 01-08-19 — An officer observed a vehicle suspiciously parked in the East Towne Mall area. A data check of the vehicle revealed that the vehicle was stolen. The vehicle drove away from the area and a traffic stop was initiated. The driver/suspect (16-year-old UM) lied about his identity and was found to have an outstanding warrant from Illinois. A passenger (17-year-old WF) claimed to have been given the vehicle several days ago and she denied knowing the vehicle was stolen. A second passenger (16-year-old WM) was also in the vehicle. The driver/suspect was conveyed to the Juvenile Reception Center on charges of operating a motor vehicle without consent (OMVWOC) and the outstanding warrant. The female passenger was arrested for operating a motor vehicle without consent – party to a crime. The male passenger was conveyed to a local youth shelter. Investigation continuing.
Mitch Henck boosts Blaska for school board
Madison Police Chief Mike Koval says:
Frankly, it is time for the School Board to end this 18 month saga and just ratify the terms of the contract that were agreed upon. I believe that I am speaking for more than just a few folks when I say that the future of MMSD is tied to the perceptions and the realities of school safety — time to act and get this done without further debates, committees, and studies!
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Additional Stately Territories
While you were out
- Once and maybe again January 20, 2019
- No one is immune from the economy; everyone should be invested January 19, 2019
- Bad behavior increases while school suspensions are down? Ya’ think?! Part #3 of 3 January 13, 2019
- Anti-cop restorative justice killed 17 in Parkland, Florida January 12, 2019
- Blaska supports district charter schools; part #2 of 3 January 12, 2019
- Leading school board candidate answers questions from teachers union; Part #1 of 3 January 11, 2019
- No politics in the state capitol, people! January 9, 2019
- Those who teach racial bias practice racial bias January 5, 2019
- Zoltar Speaks! on Once and maybe again
- old baldy on Once and maybe again
- AnonyBob on Once and maybe again
- Tom Paine on Once and maybe again
- John Marx on Once and maybe again
- Cornelius Gotchberg on Once and maybe again
- Zoltar Speaks! on Once and maybe again
- Cornelius Gotchberg on No one is immune from the economy; everyone should be invested
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Monthly Archives: April 2018
Madison’s Me-Too movement The board of directors here at the Blaska Policy Werkes unceremoniously demoted the chief fact-checker here at the Manor, stripped off his epaulets, and canceled his subscription to Guns and Garden magazine. For the first time in … Continue reading
Ald. Phair’s virtue is far superior to the one-armed veterans of the Union cause who shed blood so that all Americans could be free A Madison citizen e-mailed Ald. Matt Phair, urging that the memorial stone to the Madison woman who cared … Continue reading
The band played ‘Dixie’ as Confederate POWs were marched to Camp Randall What a spectacle it must have been that Sunday, April 20, 1862! The Civil War had been raging for a full year, Wisconsin boys had mustered out of Camp Randall … Continue reading
Hey Mark Pocan, does your offer to hire Andrew McCabe still stand? The Resistance is certain Trump Must Be Guilty of Something. But what? Conspiring with Vladimir? Hiring hookers? Firing Jim Comey? Developing real estate? The Left’s We-Know-Who-Dunnit novel appears … Continue reading
Spring arrived at the Stately Manor on Friday, which explains the slowdown at the Policy Werkes. The indentured servants installed crash bars to protect the Squire’s Moto Guzzi and its 90-degree, horizontally opposed twin fire pots. Only took all afternoon … Continue reading
The joke is on you! Heard that canard about our liberal-progressive-socialist acquaintances having no sense of humor. That canard happens to be true. As proof, we present Carousel Andrea Bayrd, county supervisor from Madison’s West side and aggrieved white liberal. … Continue reading