Recall Satya radio spot
Today’s kids will be kids!
And driving stolen vehicles
1:03 a.m. Tuesday 07-28-2020 — Town of Madison PD observed a stolen vehicle and made contact with two occupants (and recovered a facsimile handgun). The vehicle, still occupied, took off at a high rate of speed. Dane County Sheriff’s Office observed the vehicle and pursued it. The vehicle struck a bus shelter and continued to drive/flee. MPD was requested to assist with a spike deployment. Prior to MPD arriving to assist, the driver/vehicle struck a garage on S. Whitney Way.
The driver and passenger(s) fled on foot. The driver/suspect (14-year-old male) was apprehended. Madison police Lt. Kipp Hartman said rifle ammunition and burglary tools were recovered from the stolen car as evidence.
K9 track conducted. The passenger(s) were not located. Dane County Sheriff’s Office has the lead on the pursuit and the stolen vehicle charges. MPD assisted with the crash.
MORE bullets over Satya’s Madison
6:46 p.m. Sunday 08-02-2020 — Officers responded to the 1700 block of Ellen Avenue for sounds of shots fired and a vehicle fleeing the area. The suspect vehicle was observed by officers on U.S. Highway 51 traveling at speeds of 95 mph. A short pursuit ensued and was later terminated with the vehicle driving recklessly and displaying a lack of regard for life.
In the area of Ellen Ave several shell casings were located in the roadway. One residence in the area was struck by three rounds. No reports of injuries or other damaged property at this time.
9:55 p.m. Sunday 08-02-2020 — Officers responded to Wheeler Rd for a report of 10 gunshots fired. One casing located. No reported injuries or property damage at this time.
2:14 a.m. Monday 08-03-2020 — Officers responded to the Mobile convenience store on E. Washington Ave for shots fired. Multiple vehicles and subjects were observed fleeing from the area. Damage to a gas pump standard and a white lawn chair. Officers located multiple rounds. No reported injuries at this time.
7:02 p.m. Wednesday, July 29 — Madison police responded to Highway 30 at E. Washington Avenue reference reports of an African American Male in his 20’s positioned in his vehicle, with a non-life threatening gunshot wound to one of his lower extremities. Preliminary investigative results have determined that the victim’s vehicle was targeted by occupants of a four door sedan.4:12 p.m. Tuesday July 28 — Shots fired incident near the intersection of Burke Rd and Congress Ave in the City of Madison.
9:36 p.m. Saturday July 25 — MPD Officers responded to a weapons violation at Schroeder Rd and Chapel Hill Rd. Officers were notified by a caller that there were two gunshot victims. Officers arrived on scene at approximately 9:40 pm and located the two victims and immediately rendured aid while making the scene safe for EMS to come to the scene.Officers applied a tourniquet to one of the victims prior to EMS arrival. Both victims were transported by EMS to more advanced car at a local trauma hospital.One victim is described as having life threatening injuries and the second victim is in stable condition. Officers spoke to witnesses and located a scene of the shooting and found multiple shell casings.The Violent Crimes Unit has responded and is speaking to witnesses and victims.
6:19 Friday July 24 — Officers were dispatched to the 4100 block of East Washington Avenue reference reports of shots being fired. The preliminary investigation yields that occupants of a black four door sedan and a white SUV were observed shooting at each other. The suspect vehicles fled the area prior to Officers arriving on scene.At the time of this writing there are no reported injuries. However one of the involved vehicles may have been struck. Several shell casings and glass were located in the roadway. Investigation is ongoing at this time.
8:06 a.m. 07-23-2020 — Officers responded to Gilbert Rd for shell casings found. Officers recovered 6 casings. Residents report hearing gunshots the night before but no calls were made to dispatch. No reported injuries or property damage. Investigation continuing.
4:37 pm. 07-23-2020 — Officers responded to a strip mall in the 2800 block of E Washington Ave for reports of shots fired. Dark-colored sedan fled with a suspect inside of the vehicle shooting at an unknown party. Officers located shell casings on scene and a vehicle that was struck. There were no reports of injuries.
4:37 am. 07-24-2020 — The victim was riding in a vehicle traveling southbound on John Nolen Dr at Olin Ave when the vehicle was struck by gunfire. The victim was grazed in the back of the head by a bullet.
Information on these incidents contact Madison Area Crime Stoppers at 266-6014, or, on the web at P3Tips.com
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