Gloria Reyes: City must act to stop rising gun violence

Our word of the day is ‘Chutzpah’

(Yiddish for “what nerve!”)

This is the school board president who kicked cops out of
Madison’s troubled high schools


NEWS ALERT:

Detectives from the MPD’s Violent Crime Unit, the MPD’s Gang Unit, with assistance from many MPD officers, have arrested two Madison teens in the murder of 11-year-old Anisa Scott.

Andre P. Brown, age 16, was arrested on Northport Drive earlier today. Perion R. Carreon, age 19, was arrested Wednesday, for an unrelated crime, while driving a stolen car on Thierer Rd. Carreon had a loaded handgun in his waistband at the time of his apprehension.

Brown and Carreon have both now been tentatively charged with being party to the crimes of first degree intentional homicide and with attempted first degree intentional homicide. Under Wisconsin Law, adult court has original jurisdiction over Brown due to the severity of the crime.

Both he and Carreon are in the Dane County Jail.

This continues to be an active and ongoing investigation and VCU cannot rule out the possibility of additional arrests. Bringing to justice those responsible for the senseless murder of a child has been the top priority of the MPD.


School board president Gloria Reyes: “I am deeply saddened by the passing of 11-year-old Anisa Scott. These senseless acts of violence will create long lasting trauma for our young people…. As a former law enforcement officer and deputy mayor for public safety, I know firsthand the work that can and must be done to keep our community safe. As the president of the Madison School Board, I know firsthand the negative and far reaching consequences violence has on our families, our students, our staff, and our entire school community. We must prepare and implement a plan of action to prevent violence and to stop this horrific rise in violence.”

Source: Gloria Reyes: City must act to stop rising gun violence | Column | madison.com

Have we already forgotten?

Lone walker It was just this past January, before COVID-19 shut down school early: “Madison West High School student arrested after loaded gun found in backpack.”

BB gun found in East High School student’s backpack, principal says”

 

 

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13 Responses to Gloria Reyes: City must act to stop rising gun violence

  1. Get Kids Outside says:

    At least Covid-19 will give the district more time to implement a strategy for keeping kids safe without officers in the schools.

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  2. Balboa says:

    hmm, prediction blamed placed on GUNS and not Perpetraitor. Check and Check.

    That only took one day!

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  3. Iam Pistoff says:

    Ms Reyes comments eloquently highlight the fecklessness, cultural rot, & cranial excrement hosted by most levels and areas of “leadership” of this once notable city. Pablum, bromides, cliches,
    hand-wringing, kick-it-down-the-road… a never ending tsunami of B.S. to “‘splain-away” failure.

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  4. Scott F says:

    These imbeciles must mainline an hypocrisy cocktail….

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  5. Liberty says:

    Blah, blah, blah. Reyes had an opportunity to make an impact statement when voting for cops in schools. Instead she cowered, like most politicians and figureheads. Worthless.

    And how many times must we hear variations of “We must prepare and implement a plan of action to prevent violence and to stop this horrific rise in violence.”?

    Just do it already. Actually, if you want to stop violence, start by pushing for personal responsibility instead of treating every thug like a victim with unmet needs.

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  6. madisonexpat says:

    Speaking of leadership, are Senator Tammy and Pooky Pocan still hidin’ with Biden? Asking for a voter.

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  7. patrickmoloughlin says:

    Reminiscent of our Mayor asking OTHER people to speak up about the gun play epidemic.

    “Somebody ought to do something about this!”

    Right, I just wish there was somebody in a position to do something meaningful. If only.

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  8. I have a lot of problems with people who knock my windows

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