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from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Tammy’s fund raisers are behind the Christine Blasey Ford gambit. Tammy announced her opposition to Kavanaugh just 3 days after the nomination was announced. She will NOT meet with Kavanaugh.
We are reporting any school-age (under 18) incidents to counter the school-to-prison pipeline myth.
A 17-year-old was shot in the leg Wednesday (09-19-18) afternoon when a firearm went off on a Madison Metro Transit bus, causing three areas schools to go into lock down, Madison police said.
A 16-year-old boy was showing the 17-year-old boy a firearm when it went off on the bus, Gary said.
The victim was taken to a hospital for what is believed to be non life-threatening injuries, while police are actively searching for the 16-year-old, who fled the area, Gary said.
“A 15-year-old Madison boy was arrested Monday (09-17-18) for stealing a car, the fifth time in the past year the boy has been arrested for the same crime.
“The unidentified boy was arrested by officers of the Madison Police gangs unit and the West District community police team. The arrest took place in the 6700 block of Schroeder Road, where he was discovered with a Honda Accord, stolen from Middleton.
“The boy is a gang member, and others in the gang have also been arrested multiple times for auto theft, said police spokesman Joel DeSpain.
Taken verbatim from the police chief’s daily log:
Check Person – 11:36 a.m. Monday, Sept., 17 — Officers responded to check the welfare of a juvenile (16-year-old WM) at West High School was who exhibiting “strange, atypical and erratic behavior”, yelling in the hallway, punching property and refusing to listen to school staff. Officers contacted the subject, took him into protective custody and conveyed him to a local hospital where he was voluntarily admitted. The subject was subsequently conveyed to Winnebago for treatment.
Send a message to our elected officials.
6 p.m. Monday, Sept. 24 — Madison school board, 535 W. Dayton Street. Will agenda include cops in schools? Yes. Will school board actually take up the issue? Probably not.