School-to-prison pipeline is back in session
from the Madison police blotter
Let’s teach restorative driver’s ed
11-17-19 — 6:38 p.m. Officers responded to Frisch Rd/Bettys Lane for a hit-and-run. Witnesses described observing a vehicle hit a tree and observed all occupants flee on foot. The vehicle was reported stolen. K9 track conducted. Suspects remain at-large.
11-18-19 – 12:09 a.m. Officers responded to a crash on Femrite Drive. Witness reported observing a vehicle lose control, leave the roadway, roll and that the occupants then fled from the vehicle. Investigation continuing.
11-18-19 — 1:55 a.m. Officers responded to Hy-Vee on S. Whitney Way after two juveniles entered the store and stole merchandise. A store employee/victim attempted to stop the juveniles, who pushed her down. The suspects fled in a vehicle.
Category Archives: Gun control
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