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Roaming the hallways
Residential Burglary – 9:39 p.m. Monday 2-11-19: Officers responded to the 500 block of N. Frances St for a report of 4-5 juveniles (AAMs) roaming hallways of an apartment complex. It was reported that a backpack was missing and the group of juveniles was confronted by residents. The juveniles fled on foot and are at-large. A backpack with electronics was determined to be missing.
Three stolen cars! 3!
02-10-19 — Fitchburg police and other law enforcement agencies had a busy time chasing after three stolen vehicles Sunday night, with the driver of one of the vehicles found and arrested.
Jermaine Coleman, 17, Madison, was taken into custody and tentatively charged with operating a vehicle without the owner’s consent, hit and run and felony bail jumping, Fitchburg police said.
The whole episode started in Belleville at about 6:30 p.m. Sunday, when a caller to 911 said their vehicle had been stolen.
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Madison School District’s goal is not safety, it’s making the racial disparity numbers work While the Madison School Board considers expelling police from its four high schools, our classrooms are being disrupted in the name of racial equity. Large-scale student … Continue reading
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“West High and the District are engaging in experimental, ill-advised, and dangerous tactics to essentially bend over backwards to not “offend” the OFFENDERS.” — A Parent Madison high schools are erupting in chaos. Three high schools in one day, Monday, February … Continue reading
Another school shooting, this one Tuesday in Marshall County, Kentucky. Two killed, 18 wounded. One national group has tallied 283 shootings at schools since 2013. Like so many, the killing in Kentucky stopped only when armed police responded. Not that … Continue reading