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MPD Daily Significant Calls 09/16/2017 to 09/17/2017

September 17, 2017 10:09 AM

From 5:30 a.m. on 09/16/2017 through 5:30 a.m. on 09/17/2017, MPD received 330 calls for service.  This number does not include parking complaints or 911 misdials.

*It should be noted that the number of calls for service was down due to the fact that MPD was compelled to go to "Priority Calls Only" from 11:50pm until 4:40am due to significant calls and a lack of staffing to field incidents.  

1) EAST: Adult Arrested Person - 2:14 a.m.  Officers responded to a residence on the 5400 block of Groveland Ter, for a male causing a disturbance. Officers arrive, locate the suspect (a 23 year old AAM) hiding in the garage, and contact witnesses. The victim (18 year old WF) reported that her ex-boyfriend showed up at the residence and refused to leave. The suspect's behavior escalated and he went into a bedroom, started damaging property, and smashing windows. When the victim attempted to stop the suspect from damaging property, the suspect slapped and kicked the victim, causing injury. The suspect was arrested for Battery, Disorderly Conduct and Damage to Property, and was taken to jail. 

2) WEST: Check Person - 6:33 a.m.  Officers responded to the Odana Hills Golf Course regarding a check person call. The caller, a golf pro at the golf course, reported observing a naked man running around on the golf course near the 14th hole. Caller observed the subject, described as a 60 year old WM, completely naked, run into the women's bathroom on the 14th hole. A short time later, the caller observed the subject peering from the bathroom area, before running away still completely naked. The caller did not pursue. The caller notified 911, officers responded and checked the area. The subject was not located.

3) NORTH: Domestic Disturbance - 6:44 a.m.  Officers responded to caller report of a domestic problem occurring in the 5700 block of Slate Dr. The victim (40 year old AAM) reported that his ex-wife (40 year old AAF) arrived at his residence this morning and contacted him as he was leaving in his vehicle, and accused him of having another woman in his home. The victim stated that the suspect reached through the window and struck him in the face with no observable injuries. Victim reported that the suspect then approached his other vehicle and started kicking it. The suspect then retrieved some lug nuts from her vehicle and threw them at his vehicle, causing damage. The suspect left the area in her vehicle. Officers checked the area and were unable to locate the suspect. Probable cause exists for Disorderly Conduct (domestic) and Damage to Property. Investigation continuing.  

4) EAST: Retail Theft - 10:50 a.m.  Officers responded to Walmart (4198 Nakoosa Trl) reference a retail theft. Caller reported that the suspect (42 year old AAF) was observed placing items in a cart, then concealing items in large bags which she carried out of the store. The suspect was contacted by security as she was leaving, she dropped the merchandise, and then refused to return to the store. The value of recovered merchandise was over $1,000. Suspect was observed getting into a vehicle and leaving the parking lot. Responding officers observed/stopped a vehicle in the area and contacted the suspect. The incident was captured on store video. The suspect was arrested, charged with Retail Theft (felony), and transported to jail.

5) CENTRAL: Death Investigation – 1:11 p.m.  MPD was dispatched to the 100 block of S Henry St reference a death investigation. An adult son came to check on his father and found newspapers from the last two days at the door. The subject (89 year old WM) was found deceased. There was a history of health problems, residence secure, nothing suspicious, and Medical Examiner's Office was notified.

6) SOUTH: Domestic Disturbance – 3:30 p.m.  MPD Officers met with Beloit PD at a local hospital in Beloit, reference a domestic disturbance which occurred earlier in the 600 block of North Shore Dr of our city. The dispute involved a 47 year old WM suspect and a 66 year old WF victim.  At the conclusion of this joint investigation, a determination was made to arrest the suspect for several domestic charges.  The suspect was placed under arrest and conveyed to the Dane County Jail.  Investigation continuing.

7) NORTH: Battery – 7:30 p.m.  MPD was dispatched to the 4800 block of Hayes Rd reference a battery. The caller reports that the suspect (27 year old AAM) battered her and then fled. Officers locate the suspect who then flees on foot and a foot pursuit follows. Officers lose sight of the suspect and a K9 track was completed indicating he was probably picked up in a vehicle. There is probable cause to arrest the suspect for Battery and Resisting as well as an outstanding warrant issued through the Department of Corrections.  Investigation continuing.

8) NORTH: Drug Incident-Overdose – 7:59 p.m.  MPD was dispatched to the 2900 block of Hoard St reference an overdose. A sergeant is on scene first, locating the suspect (45 year old WM) down in the bathtub of the residence. Drug paraphernalia was evident in the room. Naloxone was administered twice by officers and CCR was initiated for several minutes. The suspect then becomes responsive and is conveyed to a local hospital. Investigation ongoing and charges forthcoming.

9) WEST: Sexual Assault – 9:41 p.m.  An MPD officer was dispatched at the West Police District via phone, for a 54 year old WF reporting that she may have been sexually assaulted. The victim's debit card was also missing. Investigation continuing.

10) SOUTH: Assist Ambulance – 11:00 p.m.  MPD Officers were dispatched to the 10 block of La Salle Street regarding a 50 year old WM who was found by his sister down on the floor, unconscious, but breathing.  Paramedics arrive first and administer naloxone. The subject was transported to a local hospital. There was not enough evidence on scene to arrest at this time.  Investigation continuing.

11) CENTRAL:  Liquor Law Violation – 11:13 p.m.  MPD Mounted Officers come across a 60 year old WM passed out in the foyer of 414 State Street.  The suspect awakes upon contact and has in his possession an open bottle of alcohol which he then tries to conceal.  The suspect begins screaming racist comments over and over and after being placed under arrest, he then attempts to kick the officers.  The suspect was transported to jail.

12) EAST: Drug Investigation – 11:35 p.m.  MPD Officers were dispatched to 802 Atlas Avenue (North of the Bayou) regarding what was originally titled as a "trespass complaint."  A highly intoxicated 21 year old HM created a disturbance at the bar and after staff contacted him regarding his behavior, he persisted and was subsequently kicked out. Instead of just leaving he continued to linger in the parking lot and was told approximately 20 times to leave before police were called.  Upon arrival, officers observe the suspect actively trying to get past security and back into the bar.  The suspect is arrested for Trespass after Notification.  A search incident to arrest yields 2 grams of cocaine on his person.  At the jail the subject registered as .228 BAC upon submitting to an alcohol breath test. 

13) NORTH: Weapons Offense-Shots Fired – 1:03 a.m.  MPD Officers were dispatched to the 2700 block of Anderson St regarding multiple reports of shots fired.  Officers arrive on scene and find six casings both from .40 and .45 calibers with an approximate 100 meter spread from each other.  No damages reported and no evidence of anyone in the vicinity injured. 

14) CENTRAL: Disturbance – 2:10 a.m.  MPD Officers were out proactively in the 600 block of University Ave and observed multiple disturbances break out as crowds were letting out of a number of bars and liquor serving establishments.  Two individuals (20 year old AAF and 24 year old AAF) began actively fighting and an officer intervenes whereupon the officer sustains an injury while attempting to quell the disturbance. The two suspects were ultimately taken to jail on numerous charges.  The officer who was injured sought treatment at a local hospital. 

15) EAST: Drug Investigation – 3:27 a.m.  MPD Officers were dispatched to 4202 East Towne Blvd (Motel 6) regarding a drug investigation.  When officers arrive, multiple suspects are detained and a handgun was recovered.  The handgun was very realistic but upon closer handheld inspection and manipulation by officers it was determined to be a BB gun.  In the end, multiple citations were issued and all persons released except for a 22 year old HM who was taken to the jail (that suspect had more drugs and paraphernalia on him, and is on active probation). 

Posted by: Chief Koval

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