Your School’s Out update
Teens, stolen cars & gunfire!
At least a dozen shell casings were recovered Tuesday (04-07-2020) afternoon from a shooting scene near S. Park St. and W. Olin Ave. Many witnesses called 911 to report the gunfire, with two uninvolved motorists telling officers that their vehicles were hit by bullets. At this point, there have been no reported injuries.
Witnesses report at least one gunman firing from a white car at another car. Officers have found a parked, and unoccupied dark colored sedan in the area with apparent bullet damage.
A witness said several teens had run from the sedan. It is not known if this was the car being targeted. Many officers and detectives are on the case with the MPD’s Violent Crime Unit taking the lead. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Madison Area Crime Stoppers at (608) 266-6014.
100 mph in stolen Jeep on Beltline
Earlier, Tuesday morning at 9:30, a stolen vehicle was observed driving 100 mph. on the Beltline. The 2019 Jeep Overland was stolen from the driveway of a home on Keswick Drive about 9:30 a.m.
The vehicle/occupant(s) remain at-large. Multiple callers regarding observing this vehicle driving recklessly.
In March, there were 53 stolen vehicles reported in Madison, up from 30 in March 2019. For the first three months of the year, there were 152 stolen vehicles, up from 116 in the first three months of 2019, DeSpain said.
Where are the Jehovah’s Witnesses when you really need them for your absentee ballots?
Let Wisconsin Golf!
“Let’s all use common sense, the Sheriff’s Office and other law enforcement agencies are not stopping citizens to check your destinations.”
— Dane County Sheriff David Mahoney 03-26-2020
Gov. Evers’ Safer at Home executive order
Juvie lock-up turning away customers
5:27 p.m. Monday — A wanted juvenile/suspect (15-year-old male) was observed in the area of Randolph Drive. The suspect was contacted and taken into custody reference a burglary. The Juvenile Reception Center declined to accept the juvenile, so therefore he was taken home and released to the care of his mother.
Officers were later notified by the juvenile’s mother that he cut off his bracelet and left home. Attempt to locate aired. The juvenile/suspect was entered as missing/runaway in the appropriate databases.
Madison Police break up house party: Sunday 12:52 a.m. — Report of loud music and sounds of a large gathering coming from a downtown residence. Officers made contact at the residence where it was determined multiple people had gathered in violation of the Safer-at-Home order. Officers educated the occupants on the current restrictions and all persons who did not live at the residence left the building.
Social distancing on the bike path, accd to the City of Madison.
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