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MPD Daily Significant Calls 11/25/2017 to 11/26/2017

November 26, 2017 10:36 AM

From 5:30 a.m. on 11/25/2017 through 5:30 a.m. on 11/26/2017, MPD received 337 calls for service.  This number does not include parking complaints or 911 misdials.

1) CENTRAL: Suspicious Person - 9:30 a.m.  Officers responded to the area of the Frances St parking ramp for a report of a person stabbed. Several callers reported a male yelling about a stabbing. Responding officers were unable to locate a victim in the area. Officers subsequently were able to contact individuals who clarified that the suspect in the reported stabbing was from an earlier event the prior evening.  Those contacted had spotted the suspect this morning in the 600 block of State St and had attempted to hold him for police.  However, these individuals' attempts to hold the suspect were unsuccessful and he ran into the parking ramp where he then escaped.  A possible identity of the suspect was provided, however not confirmed.  Investigation continuing.
 
2) WEST: Missing Juvenile - 10:22 a.m.  MPD responded to a residence on McKenna Blvd for a report of a missing juvenile. The caller (23 year old AAF) reported her younger sister had been missing since Thanksgiving. The juvenile (15 year old AAF) was visiting a relative on Allied Dr and had been provided a ride to the Madison Metro West Transfer Point where she was going to take a bus home. The juvenile never returned home. This is common behavior according to her sister. Juvenile has no medical/mental health concerns. Juvenile was entered as missing and an ATL was broadcasted.

3) EAST: Injured Person - 11:21 a.m.  Officers and EMS responded to a possible stabbing at Woodman's grocery store, 3817 Milwaukee St. As officers were en route, the caller reported that the wound was self-inflicted and unintentional. Upon arrival, officers contacted the subject (52 year old WM) outside his vehicle in the parking lot with a 9" hunting knife on the ground next to the subject and observed he was bleeding. The subject reported having left the knife unsheathed in the driver's door pocket after a hunting trip several days ago. The knife apparently shifted in the door pocket, with the blade protruding upward. The subject accidently impaled his leg on the knife when stepping out of the vehicle. Driver was treated by MFD and transported to a local hospital for further treatment.

4) SOUTH: Stolen Auto/Recovered - 11:51 a.m.  Officers responded to the 2800 block of Coho St, reference a vehicle chase with several subjects armed with handguns fleeing the area. Officers arrive and locate several subjects involved, as well as a recovered stolen vehicle. The owner of the stolen vehicle (30 year old WM) informs officers that he reported his vehicle as stolen to MPD several days prior. Today, the owner of the vehicle was driving through Fitchburg with his mother looking for the vehicle. They observed the vehicle in the Cahill Main area occupied by two individuals. The suspects in the vehicle drove away, pursued by the victim and his mother. The pursuit terminated in the 2800 block Coho after both suspects (AAMs) fled from the vehicle. Both were reportedly carrying/displaying handguns as they ran. The suspects were not located by responding officers. The recovered vehicle was processed by an investigator and was returned to the registered owner.

5) CENTRAL: Sexual Assault - 1:36 p.m.  Officers were dispatched to N Brooks St to check the welfare of a male subject who had just left and threatened suicide as he was leaving. The officers were able to locate the subject (20 year old WM) who was upset after his girlfriend told him to leave. The subject denied that he was suicidal and only that he was feeling upset over relationship issues. He was released after officers determined that he was not suicidal. Officers returned to speak to the caller (21 year old WF), who was so upset over the phone that officers were unable to communicate with her. The caller then disclosed that the suspect may have assaulted her during the night. She also disclosed a history of sexual abuse by the suspect, which occurred in another jurisdiction. That information was documented and the victim was taken to a local hospital for an FNE (Forensic Nurse Exam).  Evidence was collected and the outside jurisdiction was notified of the investigation. Investigation continuing.

6) WEST: Emergency Detention - 2:33 p.m.  Officers were called to the Meriter Adolescent Center for a juvenile (13 year old WM) that was out of control. Caller reported that they needed help with the patient, who was becoming aggressive and physical with staff. Officers responded and it was determined that an emergency detention was necessary. This was a direct admit from the facility to Winnebago.

7) EAST: Drug Incident-Overdose - 4:40 p.m.  MPD responded to the 3000 block of Milwaukee St reference an overdose.  Officers learned that the caller and his friend came from DeForest and were driving around the East side of Madison. At one point, the subject who overdosed (30 year old WM), had his friend exit the car and they went their separate ways for about 10 minutes. The two reunited and began driving around when the subject told the caller he wasn't feeling well. The subject then went unconscious and the caller dialed 911. MPD responded and delivered a dose of naloxone which seemed effective. Subject was transported to the hospital and is in their care. No probable cause was developed, but due to suspicion of overdose, MARI paperwork was provided.

8) NORTH: Stolen Auto - 5:48 p.m.  Officers were dispatched to a vehicle that was just stolen from a driveway on Ruskin St. The caller (38 year old WF) started the car and left it running for five minutes and upon returning, found it gone.  Vehicle keys were in the car.  Investigation continuing.

9) NORTH: Weapons Offense-Shots Fired - 10:10 p.m.  Officers from the Madison Police Department responded to multiple reports of shots being fired in the 1800 block of Vahlen St on Madison's North side.  Upon arrival, officers located a sedan that appeared to have been abandoned in the street and was related to the shooting.  Officers from Madison and Maple Bluff police departments established a perimeter in the area in hopes of locating subjects associated with this shooting.  A 21 year old AAM Madison man was detained and subsequently released during the course of this investigation.  No injuries have been reported and no damage has been associated with this incident.  The investigation into this incident continues.
**City went to Priority Calls Only for approximately two hours as this call required a comprehensive response from throughout the city.** 

10) SOUTH: OMVWI Arrest - 11:49 p.m.  While on routine patrol, an MPD officer observed a vehicle with expired registration and conducted a traffic stop at John Nolen Dr and the Beltline.  While contacting the driver, the odor of intoxicants was detected.  The driver (49 year old WM) subsequently failed field sobriety tests and was arrested for his 6th operating while intoxicated charge. 

11) CENTRAL: Armed Robbery - 4:18 a.m.  MPD was dispatched to an armed robbery at the Cheba Hut located in the 400 block of W Gilman St.  While taking out the garbage from the restaurant, a 23 year old WM victim was ordered by the suspect to empty his pockets.  During the robbery the victim was punched in the face and ended up having his wallet and cell phone stolen.  Investigation continuing. 

Posted by: Chief Koval

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