Category Archives: Crime

Hip hop, hijackers and other turkeys

Time to catch up with the hip hoppers in Madison city government. A task force on “Equity in Music and Entertainment” composed of (what else is new?) — advocates — proposed taxpayer subsidies to rescue a form of music known … Continue reading

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Suffer the little children: crime comes to the daycare center

Now Madison daycares aren’t safe from violent crime A second auto hijacking at a day care center in two days! Weapons displayed, driver threatened with bodily harm — endangering little children! More unmet needs? Thursday’s carjacking occurred at Great Beginnings Arbor … Continue reading

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Father allowed to remove 3-yr-old child before car is hijacked

Handgun pointed inches from father’s head More doings from our new ‘neighbors’ at Tree Lane? Straight from the Madison Police blotter: Incident Type: Robbery Incident Date: 12/05/2018 – 5:52 PM Address: 6514 Schroeder Rd. (La Petite Academy) Suspect(s) • Black male, 5’8″ to … Continue reading

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Taxpayers are subsidizing Madison’s crime zones

If you think housing is expensive now, wait ’til it’s free! Blaska Policy Werkes declares this immutable Law of Nature: More free stuff exerts costs down the line exponential to their original price. Madison’s deputy mayor for law enforcement has … Continue reading

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Another triumph of restorative justice! Teen car thieves’ rap sheet had 29 priors!

The one alder who consistently supports public safety already has an opponent Three triumphs for restorative justice, actually. A 16-year-old driver and two 14-year old passengers stole a car and crashed it into a home under construction for a disabled … Continue reading

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Would even more gun laws help?

Clearing off the roll-top desk here at the Policy Werkes “California may have the toughest gun control laws in the nation,” The New York Times reports. “But that did not prevent the latest mass killing — a shooting on Wednesday … Continue reading

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