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MPD Daily Significant Calls 10/06/2017 to 10/07/2017

October 7, 2017 10:56 AM

From 5:30 a.m. on 10/06/2017 through 5:30 a.m. on 10/07/2017, MPD received 456 calls for service.  This number does not include parking complaints or 911 misdials. 

1) EAST: Suspicious Person – 8:22 a.m. Officers responded to an elementary school on Concord Avenue reference a student reporting she encountered a suspicious male while en route to school.  Officers contacted the student (10 year old WF), who reported that an unknown WM, dark brown hair with bald spot, tall, thin, wearing black hoodie, took a photograph of her as she exited her building in the 1500 block of Wright Street on her way to school.  The student said the unknown male made no attempt to contact her, and did not follow her as she walked to school.  No vehicle was associated with the male. The male was not located.  Investigation continuing. 

2) WEST: Disturbance – 8:36 a.m. Officers responded to the 5800 block of Russett Road for a caller reporting several females who had previously threatened his daughter, in violation of a court order.  The caller (40 year old AAM) advised that these females had previously threatened to "beat up" and "shoot" his daughter.  No threats were issued today.  Officers located one of the suspects on Balsam Road and confirmed bail conditions.  The suspect (17 year old AAF) was cited for violating bail conditions.

3) SOUTH: Disorderly Conduct – 9:20 a.m. Officers responded to a residence in the 2300 block of South Park Street for report of a domestic problem.  Officers arrived and contacted the complainant (27 year old WF).  The complainant reported an argument ensued between herself and the suspect (26 year old HM) after the suspect arrived home after not returning overnight.   The argument escalated and culminated with the suspect knocking the victim onto a bed.  The suspect left the residence on foot prior to officer arrival and is currently at large.  There is probable cause to arrest for disorderly conduct.  Investigation continuing. 

4) EAST: Adult Arrested Person – 10:49 a.m. Officers responded to a residence in the 4500 block of Stein Avenue reference a domestic problem.  The victim (39 year old AAF) reported she came home, found the home in disarray, and asked her son to pick up.  The son (20 year old AAM) became upset, damaged drywall, punched a hole in a door, and kicked the victim's vehicle causing a dent.  Officers contacted the son/suspect in the residence and took him into custody without incident.  The suspect was booked into the Dane County Jail on charges of disorderly conduct and damage to property.

5) SOUTH: Disturbance – 1:36 p.m. MPD was dispatched to a local hospital reference a disturbance.  MPD contacted the subject (9 year old WM) who was causing a disturbance, biting, scratching and physically resisting staff.  After some complications with finding placement, it was determined that the subject would go to UW Hospital for a medical admittance based on several medical issues.  A petition for emergency detention will be completed in the event that circumstances change and a transport to Winnebago may be necessary. 

6) CENTRAL: Death Investigation – 2:10 p.m.  MPD and MFD were dispatched to the 200 block of North Bassett Street reference a death investigation.  The decedent (21 year old WM) was located in his apartment where he resided by himself.  A friend of the decedent stopped by because she was not able to get a hold of him and smelled a strong odor from the residence.  Entry was gained through management keys and there were telltale indications of drug use.  No signs of forced entry.  The medical examiner responded.  Investigation continuing. 

7) SOUTH: Information – 3:28 p.m.  MPD was dispatched to the 1700 block of Fish Hatchery Road reference a subject in the bleachers who was exposing himself.  Upon investigation, school staff advised they received a blocked call from an anonymous caller reporting this information.  No students or staff witnessed any such reported incident.  There was no one located and no cameras were available.

8) WEST: Theft from Auto – 5:20 p.m. MPD was dispatched to a business on Gammon Place reference a theft from auto. The victim (25 year old WM) reported that he came to the bank to make a deposit and believed he locked his vehicle, but came out to find his and his girlfriend's backpacks missing from the car. The victim stated that he cannot be sure the incident occurred at the bank, as he was just at the Target in Fitchburg and did not check to see if the bags were there after leaving Fitchburg. The victim stated that inside his backpack was a loaded handgun. Investigation continuing.  Camera access at various places will be followed up with.  The gun was listed as stolen. 

9) NORTH: Weapons Offense/Shots Fired – 8:06 p.m.  MPD was dispatched to the 2800 block of Coolidge Street reference a report of shots fired.  Upon arrival, MPD contacted the caller who reported he was in his living room when he heard two distinct shots. The caller looked out the front window and saw one subject running away, but was too far for a description.  A second suspect is seen directly in front of the residence (20 something year old AAM) wearing a white shirt, jeans and shoulder length dreads) running away.  There was no evidence of shots fired in the area, and no weapons seen. There was only one caller. The area will have to to be checked in the daylight in order to make sure there is no evidence of shell casings. 
 
10) CENTRAL: Suspicious Person – 8:52 p.m. Officers were sent to a suspicious person wandering the halls of the City-County Building (CCB).  Officers contacted the subject (23 year old WM) who was barefoot and stated he was looking for a portal to get off the planet before President Trump ruined it.  The subject stated he followed a light from Illinois, driving over 100 MPH to get here, swerving in and out of traffic.  He said he followed the statue on top of the capitol which led him to the CCB.  The subject is believed to have severely damaged a ceiling, elevator, and light fixtures at the CCB.  The subject is at the hospital now, with an intention to transport under emergency detention petition to Winnebago.

11) NORTH: Death Investigation – 9:39 p.m.  A caller reported a roommate (32 year old AAM) down on the couch, not waking up, with what appeared to be agonal breathing.  The caller and others refused to help when asked to provide CCR via instruction by Dispatch.  Officers arrived at the scene on North Street a few minutes later and provided CCR, unsuccessfully.  The medical examiner was called in.  No one in the residence reported knowing what happened, who the person is, or what may have caused his medical problems.  At the time of this entry, MPD is not certain of his identification.  The scene was released at approximately 12:40 a.m.  Autopsy scheduled with the medical examiner's office.  Investigation ongoing. 

12) SOUTH: Adult Arrested Person – 9:54 p.m. A large disturbance had occurred at the 7-Eleven at the Beltline/Todd Drive, with involved parties leaving and going home prior to reporting to Dispatch.  Officers were in the midst of conducting that investigation when the suspect (22 year old AAM) began calling asking for an officer to respond to his location.  Officers did make contact after conducting interviews with others involved, and when placing the suspect under arrest he began to fight.  Multiple officers were needed to take him into custody and secure him in a squad, and as they were doing so he kicked one officer in the chest and stomach.  Investigation revealed that the suspect battered one party and her little sister (approximately 13 years old), chipping her tooth.  The suspect was brought to a hospital reporting chest pains, and will be booked after securing a medical release on multiple charges including domestic battery, domestic DC, physical abuse to a child, resisting, and battery to PO.

13) CENTRAL: Check Person – 11:42 p.m.  Officers were sent to an apartment for a suicidal person with a history of attempts.  The subject (28 year old AAM) reportedly went out on the balcony and said he wanted to die.  Officers arrived and the subject was aggressive with his hands in a fist, struggling with officers attempting to take him into custody.  A taser (electronic control device/ECD) was deployed to take the person into custody without further incident or injury.  The subject was subsequently transported to Detox under protective custody. 

14) CENTRAL: Sexual Assault – 11:46 p.m. Callers reported seeing a female unconscious in a vehicle, completely naked, in the 400 block of West Gilman Street.  Responding officers located the female as described, and investigation shows that she is believed to have been in a downtown establishment very intoxicated and left.  People who vaguely know her then later observed her vehicle with the doors open and three males hanging around outside of the car.  Those who know her approached and the three individuals move away and leave the area, and she is located inside the vehicle as described.  Victim was transported to a local hospital for treatment and forensic needs.  The vehicle was towed and secured for evidence and safekeeping.  Mother of the victim was contacted and will be driving to Madison.  Investigation continuing. 

15) NORTH: Suspicious Person – 3:21 a.m. Officers were sent to the 1600 block of North Stoughton Road for a vehicle running at the gas pumps for approximately 15 minutes with driver sitting in the vehicle.  Officers responded and contacted the driver who is sleeping with the seat belt on and the vehicle running.  The driver was initially cooperative and willing to do standardized field sobriety tests (SFST) but asked to use the restroom first.  Officers allowed it, and when suspect (30 year old AAM) left the bathroom he attempted to get back into the vehicle.  Officers did not allow him, believing he was too drunk to drive and the suspect fights with the officers.   Multiple officers had to respond to assist.  A taser deployment (electronic control device/ECD) eventually results in stabilizing the suspect but only after the suspect had spit in an officer's face.  The suspect lied about his identity and had multiple IDs on him.  The suspect made multiple threats to kill the arresting officers.  It should be noted that the suspect fought with deputies at the jail as well.  Technology known as FAST ID confirmed the suspect's identity and reflected multiple warrants.  This will be the suspect's third OWI arrest which meant drafting a search warrant and taking him to a local hospital for a blood draw.  Investigation continuing. 

Posted by: Chief Koval

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