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MPD Daily Significant Calls 12/08/2017 to 12/09/2017

December 9, 2017 9:46 AM

From 5:30 a.m. on 12/08/2017 through 5:30 a.m. on 12/09/2017, MPD received 437 calls for service.  This number does not include parking complaints or 911 misdials.


1) EAST: Check Person – 9:23 a.m.  Officers responded to a business parking lot where the caller reported that a subject was threatening to take the caller's vehicle unless given money for a drug debt owed.  Both subjects were contacted (caller was a 46 year old WM and the other subject was a 31 year old AAM).  The subject denied the caller's accusations.  No evidence of a crime located/substantiated.  Both men were separated and sent on their respective way. 

2) EAST: Adult Arrested Person – 9:51 a.m.  Officers responded to a business on S. Stoughton Road where a subject (20 year old WM) was found passed out in the restroom.  The suspect entered the store, took a can of "duster" without payment and proceeded to huff it in the bathroom.  This individual was subsequently medically cleared by EMS and then arrested for abuse of a hazardous substance.
           
3) WEST: Death Investigation – 10:14 a.m.  Officers responded to Attic Angels residential care facility for a report of a possible pulseless/non-breathing (PNB) subject in the parking lot. Officers arrived with EMS and find staff performing CPR on the victim. The victim (91 year old WM) was found in the vehicle, unresponsive, by a passerby in the parking lot. The vehicle was locked and running. The Good Samaritan, a retired EMT, forced entry to the vehicle, extricated the victim, and started CPR.  Resuscitation efforts were unsuccessful.  ME on scene.  Nothing suspicious noted.

4) WEST: Conveyance Mental Health – 11:22 a.m.  MPD responded with MFD to the 6500 block of Schroeder Road for a 37 year old WF who was overdosing on pills in a vehicle.  When officers arrived on scene, contact was made with the subject, who was having a mental health episode.  The subject did not overdose on pills as was initially described, but was contemplating doing so.  Subject was taken to a local hospital and agreed to a voluntary mental health evaluation.

5) WEST: Substantial Battery – 1:53 p.m. MPD responded to the Speedway Gas Station on Verona Road for a disturbance in progress.  When officers arrived, the victim (42 year old AAM) was unconscious and injured.  Subject was taken to a local hospital where it was learned he sustained a skull fracture, had brain swelling, and received stitches for various lacerations.  The suspect (22 year old AAM) was arrested for substantial battery after admitting to striking the older AAM to the point of unconsciousness, kicking him in the head, and repeatedly punching him in the face. Investigation continuing. 

6) CENTRAL: Drug Incident Overdose – 2:59 p.m.  MPD responded to a clinic on the near east side, in the central district, for a 27 year old WM who had overdosed in the bathroom. Clinic staff were able to revive the subject prior to MPD arrival. The subject admitted to using heroin and was in possession of drug paraphernalia.  The subject was Madison Addiction Recovery Initiative (MARI) eligible and was left at a local hospital.

7) CENTRAL: Burglary Residential – 3:38 p.m. MPD was contacted by apartment management for a theft and residential burglary that had occurred in the 500 block of North Frances Street.  Video surveillance showed the suspect (21 year old WM) taking an expensive coat from a common area in the apartment building.  The video also revealed this same suspect entering an occupied apartment and taking money out of wallets while the residents were sleeping.  The suspect was contacted and admitted to the aforementioned events.  The subject allowed Madison Police Department to retrieve the stolen coat from his apartment.  When retrieving the coat, MPD discovered some illegal drugs, which were seized for destruction.  Arrest made and investigation continuing. 

8) WEST: Weapons Offense/Shots Fired – 6:14 p.m.  A single caller heard approximately 12 shots in the area of 100 Frigate Drive.  Responding officers did not find any evidence of a shooting and the original caller would not speak with police.

9) WEST: Check Person – 6:27 p.m.  MPD was contacted by a nurse regarding a 32 year old WM who was having thoughts of hurting others. Officers had contact with this same individual last week in the 6700 block of Schroeder Road, which culminated in an encounter where this same subject had to be subdued when he was armed with a bat.  Officers tried multiple times to make telephone contact with the subject, who would not answer their calls.  Madison Police Department then responded to the subject's address but were unable to make contact with the individual.  Follow-up continuing. 

10) WEST: Weapons Offense – 6:31 p.m. MPD responded to the 2300 block of Talc Trail for a 29 year old WM who had accidentally fired a round from his 9mm Glock handgun into an adjoining apartment. Officers on scene forced entry to the apartment and verified that no one was inside of this adjoining apartment.  Subsequently, the 65 year old resident of the affected apartment of interest returned and was very understanding and cooperative.  The 29 year old is a CCW permit holder and had been practicing with a new weapon.  It appears that while practicing, this individual confused real rounds with dummy rounds.  Fortunately, when this round was discharged, the bullet went through the bedroom wall into the neighbor's apartment about 4 feet above the couch and lodged in the wall near the porch door.  Subject was cited for the offense.

11) EAST: Weapons Offense/Shots Fired – 7:03 p.m.  MPD responded to 4102 Commercial Avenue, BP Gas, for multiple callers reporting shots fired in the parking lot.  The investigation revealed that a handgun was pulled and four rounds were fired at another vehicle entering the lot.  The suspect is an AAM and he may be driving a dark colored Dodge Charger.  One of the rounds hit the store window but it did not penetrate the glass.  All parties involved fled the area prior to police arrival.  Based on trajectory investigation, had this round penetrated the glass of the store, the clerk would have been hit based on where he was standing.  Investigation continuing.  

12) NORTH: Robbery Armed – 7:23 p.m.  A 54 year old WM pizza delivery driver had just completed a delivery in the 2400 block of Fremont Avenue.  After the delivery, an AAM suspect, approximately 18-19 years old, approached the driver and pointed a handgun at him and demanded money.  The driver refused and walked back to the home where he made the delivery and began knocking on the door.  The suspect then fled on foot.  Investigation continuing. 

13) EAST: Missing Adult – 10:08 p.m.  Officers responded to a report of female who may be missing from the 300 block of Dempsey Road.  A caller reported a 30 year old WF sent an email indicating she was pulling over in her vehicle and going into a field.  This female reportedly has a history of suicidal ideations. The caller was not extremely cooperative as he would not provide the email and was upset officers were not looking for her as they tried to gather information of what precipitated the sending of this email.  ATL was completed, the female was listed in NCIC, and a phone ping was attempted with negative results.  Subsequent to all of this, the female returned home and there are no problems at this time. 

14) CENTRAL: Adult Arrested Person – 12:59 a.m.  Officers working a downtown special assignment were present in the 600 block of University Avenue when a disturbance spilled out of the Double U Tavern.  Contact was made with two adult males who were involved in this incident by officers.  A 22 year old WM was going to be cited for Disorderly Conduct when he became aggressive with officers.  The suspect attempted to grab and then battered an officer on scene.  This male was eventually taken into custody by multiple officers after resisting arrest. The suspect was taken to the jail.  Two officers had minor injuries. 

15) NORTH: Strong Arm Robbery – 1:38 a.m.  Officers were called to a strong arm robbery in the 500 block of Moose Trail.  A pizza delivery driver was called to this location and was robbed of the pizza, as well as the electric heating bag, by 3 to 4 AA males.  These males were believed to be between 13-14 years old and all wearing dark hoodies.  The suspects fled on foot after the delivery driver fell down.  Investigation continuing. 

16) CENTRAL: Battery Aggravated/Substantial – 3:31 a.m.  Officers were called to the 400 block of Hawthorne Court for a battery where a victim (27 year old AAM) was apparently knocked unconscious.  When officers were arriving in the area, a vehicle was seen leaving and this car was stopped and two individuals detained.  Subsequent investigation resulted in PC to arrest one of these detained individuals (26 year old AAM).   Investigation continuing at this time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Posted by: Chief Koval

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