School-to-prison pipeline is back in session
from the Madison police blotter
Let’s teach restorative driver’s ed
11-17-19 — 6:38 p.m. Officers responded to Frisch Rd/Bettys Lane for a hit-and-run. Witnesses described observing a vehicle hit a tree and observed all occupants flee on foot. The vehicle was reported stolen. K9 track conducted. Suspects remain at-large.
11-18-19 – 12:09 a.m. Officers responded to a crash on Femrite Drive. Witness reported observing a vehicle lose control, leave the roadway, roll and that the occupants then fled from the vehicle. Investigation continuing.
11-18-19 — 1:55 a.m. Officers responded to Hy-Vee on S. Whitney Way after two juveniles entered the store and stole merchandise. A store employee/victim attempted to stop the juveniles, who pushed her down. The suspects fled in a vehicle.
Monthly Archives: May 2018
Like the Roseanne show, this blog has been rebooted … but not canceled (so far) The party-line telephone here at the Stately Manor was ringing off the hook Tuesday with concern that this popular feature (Free! And worth it!) had … Continue reading
Gadzooks! What would Ald. Matt Phair and the Madison Common Council say! It was a beautiful Monday morning at Forest Hill Cemetery in Madison where history was remembered, and honored, on Memorial Day. The most touching moment was when a … Continue reading
… and remember.
Quiz time on this beautiful summer day to start the Memorial Day weekend. Who is the racist? Is it Rachel Dolezal, the white woman who posed as black and even scored a post as an NAACP official — to the … Continue reading
The Stately Manor is open to customers only A few years back, drunken bums set up housekeeping at a Brittingham Park shelter. Comfy on sofas discarded on curbside, they blasted tunes on boom boxes as they got their jones on … Continue reading
Puts crimp in Madison’s ‘Cops Out of Our Schools’ movement Police advocates last week presented each of 20 alders and Mayor Soglin with copies of Heather Mac Donald’s book, War on Cops. The gift is intended as a corrective to … Continue reading