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Following the school to prison pipeline
Roaming the hallways
Residential Burglary – 9:39 p.m. Monday 2-11-19: Officers responded to the 500 block of N. Frances St for a report of 4-5 juveniles (AAMs) roaming hallways of an apartment complex. It was reported that a backpack was missing and the group of juveniles was confronted by residents. The juveniles fled on foot and are at-large. A backpack with electronics was determined to be missing.
Three stolen cars! 3!
02-10-19 — Fitchburg police and other law enforcement agencies had a busy time chasing after three stolen vehicles Sunday night, with the driver of one of the vehicles found and arrested.
Jermaine Coleman, 17, Madison, was taken into custody and tentatively charged with operating a vehicle without the owner’s consent, hit and run and felony bail jumping, Fitchburg police said.
The whole episode started in Belleville at about 6:30 p.m. Sunday, when a caller to 911 said their vehicle had been stolen.
Mitch Henck boosts Blaska for school board
Monthly Archives: September 2018
Why aren’t you watching the Brewers game? And drinking beer with your friends, like Judge Kavanaugh! Did the bed break? Is that a fair question? Wish the Republican senators’ designated questioner had asked the Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser last week. Christine … Continue reading
[ UPDATE: Sen. Flake says let the FBI find out what it can in one week and then vote. Sen. Lindsay Graham is asked if that will make America feel better about the nominee and the process. He answers (to … Continue reading
Madison school board committee buys into school-to-prison pipeline theory School police must be restrained from harassing kids; students should be taught their criminal justice rights and — unbelievably! — the troublemakers will sit in review of the cops’ actions! They’re … Continue reading
Kids! Where do you stand on cops in schools, Ald. Hall? A car just driving through the area at the time of the shooting was hit by a bullet, and police spokesman Joel DeSpain said the driver was lucky. “A … Continue reading
Refuses apology, blames citizen — not active drug house State Rep.-elect Shelia Stubbs, D-Madison, is milking the Madison-is-racist narrative for all it is worth. She is demanding that the fearful resident who reported a neighborhood drug house show himself despite … Continue reading
‘Can’t stop people from disrupting’ The Squire observed the Madison Board of Education at the safe remove of the Manor’s ancient b&w Philco. His positive behavior reinforcement coaches are marshaling the Squire’s diminishing energy for the confrontation sure to come at … Continue reading