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More kids and cars (not theirs)
and ‘F the police’
6:25 pm. 3-20-19 — A police sergeant who was stopped at a light on S. Park St at the beltline was alerted of a stolen vehicle several cars ahead of him. A Town of Madison officer assisted by blocking in the stolen vehicle. Four suspects (15-year-old AAF, 14-year-old WF, 16-year-old AAM, and 14-year-old WM) were taken into custody and taken to juvenile reception center.
“Someone had written graffiti on interior doors, including ‘f- the police,'” MPD spokes guy Joel DeSpain said. “The car’s owner also reported fresh damage to the exterior, including a broken headlight.”The owner also told police a laptop computer and other personal items were missing from the car.
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