Four injured when teens steal car

Saturday night 11-30-19 according to Capital Newspapers:

A teen was critically injured and another teen and an adult were seriously injured when the stolen vehicle they were in crashed into a tree on Saturday night, Fitchburg police reported.

It occurred 9 p.m. in the 2200 block of Rosenberry Road with the vehicle stolen in Madison leaving the road and slamming into a tree head-on. 

Polices found the 16-year-old driver unconscious with serious injuries. He is listed in critical condition.

A short time later, a 14-year-old passenger was located at his nearby residence with serious facial injuries sustained in the crash, a 21-year-old passenger was located about two blocks from the scene laying in a parking lot with possible broken legs and a fourth passenger, age 16, was located after he sought medical treatment.

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8 Responses to Four injured when teens steal car

  1. Rich says:


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  2. Cornelius Gotchberg says:

    It’s comin’ home to roost!

    Please recall the FacePlant responses from one Patti Heller and the inimitable Merideth JoAnne Fetting to a previous Thug-in-Training exercise which unlike this, injured INNOCENT people.

    No doubt unrelated; the talented Ms. Fetting fell noticeably behind in her (?) financial obligations, forcing her (from all appearances, a White X-Chromosomal Unit) to beg for alms.

    It didn’t turn out well; matter-a-fact, less_than_good might better describe it.

    Serious question: Does Madison crime go up when school’s out?

    The Gotch

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  3. White Hills says:

    Don’t worry Brenda and Marsha. Medicaid has it covered.

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  4. Tom Paine says:

    Obvious victims of Whide Wascism.


  5. Cornelius Gotchberg says:

    It’s hard to summon any sympathy whatsoever for such cravenly criminal imbecility; play stupid games, win stupid prizes!

    Can the parent(s[?]) be held criminally liable for this wanton wannabee wickedness?

    The Gotch


  6. George's son says:

    L.A. Times Today : Car burglaries in some California cities are at crisis levels.

    “In San Francisco, there were 70,000 thefts from automobiles last year.” Well Yes because: ““It’s ridiculous that under current law you can have a video of someone bashing out a car window, but if you can’t prove that the door is locked you may not be able to get an auto burglary conviction,” said state Sen. Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco).

    Madison may not use the “locked car” excuse yet, but the courts do de facto on a daily basis…


    • Gary L. Kriewald says:

      Just declare auto theft a non-crime–you know, like what they did with shoplifting. Problem solved courtesy of California’s out-of-control nanny state.


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