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from the Madison police blotter
14-yr-old car thief takes ride to Jefferson middle school
11/15/2019 – 7:18 AM
Boy age 14 arrested for operating a motor vehicle without owner’s consent and resisting.
A woman started her car before work this morning, leaving it unlocked and running in her driveway in the 5700 block of Hammersley Rd. A 14-year-old thief got in and took off.
A MPD officer soon spotted the stolen car operating recklessly and in tandem with a second stolen car (it was taken yesterday morning after its owner also left it unlocked and running on Westbrook Lane).
The officer did not chase the cars, but he did follow them, and watched as young drivers nearly caused crashes. Both cars pulled into the parking lot behind Jefferson Middle School, 101 S. Gammon Rd.
Three teens jumped out of the two stolen cars and took off running. The officer drove onto athletic fields, behind the school, and successfully apprehended the suspect from today’s car theft. The early investigation suggests he also attempted to steal a car on Tree Lane this morning, prior to being dropped off on Hammersley Rd. The arrested teen appears to have been traveling in one stolen car while he and his friends trolled neighborhoods looking for another to steal.
Armed Robbery – 7:53 pm. Thursday 11-14-19 A victim (27-year-old male) reported a group of people pulled him out of his car in the area of Science Dr and Mineral Point Rd, pistol whipped him and stole his car. The victim was transported to a local hospital where a CT scan revealed a fractured skull and a brain bleed. The incident appears to be drug related.
Robbery – 10:54 pm. Officers responded to the Mobil gas station at 3019 E Washington Ave to make contact with a victim (55-year-old male) who reported three male suspects pushed him down, kicked him and took $100 from his pocket.
Stolen Car — 1:05 am. Friday 11-15-19. Madison police assisted Verona PD with an attempt to stop a stolen vehicle in their jurisdiction which had fled into Madison. A handgun was thrown from the vehicle during the pursuit which was recovered by law enforcement. The vehicle was eventually stopped and several suspects were taken into custody,
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