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MPD Daily Significant Calls 03/24/2018 to 03/25/2018

March 25, 2018 10:50 AM

From 5:30 a.m. on 03/24/2018 through 5:30 a.m. on 03/25/2018, MPD received 333 calls for service.  This number does not include parking complaints or 911 misdials.  For purposes of clarification, the following abbreviations are short-hand for race designations: W=White, AA=African American, NA=Native American, H=Hispanic, ME=Middle Eastern, A=Asian, MR=Mixed Race, U=Unknown.  MPD shifts are staggered as follows: 1st detail=7 a.m. to 3 p.m., 2nd detail=12 p.m. to 8 p.m., 3rd detail=3 p.m. to 11 p.m., 4th detail=8 p.m. to 4 a.m., 5th detail=11 p.m. to 7 a.m.

**Central, Midtown, South, and FSU (Forensic Services Unit) on priorities-only at 1:20 a.m. due to MV/Pedestrian Crash.  City-wide priorities-only began at 2:45 a.m.  Priority calls lifted at 4:15 a.m.**

1) NORTH: Battery Agg/Substantial – 7:29 a.m.  Officers were dispatched to a hotel on Hayes Rd where complainants report that a woman looked like she had been beaten up.  The 37-year-old WF victim had left the hotel on foot, but was subsequently located by police.  MFD/EMS was summoned and she was transported for significant injuries, which included evidence of strangulation, orbital socket fracture, bruises & burn marks, and a possible concussion.  The victim refused to provide any detail about how these injuries were sustained, despite multiple attempts by the officers.  Investigation continuing.   

2) NORTH: Adult Arrested Person – 8:07 a.m.  P&P (Probation and Parole) requested MPD to check an address in an attempt to locate a 34-year-old WM who had cut off his monitoring bracelet, in violation of the terms of his supervision.  The suspect was located, taken into custody without incident, and transported to jail on the parole violation.  

3) WEST: Retail Theft – 3:20 p.m.  MPD officers responded to a report of a retail theft suspect who left Shopko (7401 Mineral Point Rd) and drove away in a white Saturn.  Officers located and stopped the vehicle on the westbound Beltline near University Ave and ultimately arrested a 36-year-old WM for a probation violation (probation is retail theft-related), bail jumping (for an open retail theft case), and three charges stemming from the recently concluded retail theft.  Additional charges included possession of anti-theft removal device and removal of anti-theft device.  Officers conveyed the suspect to jail.

4) NORTH: Domestic Disturbance – 3:50 p.m.  MPD officers responded to Vera Ct for a report of a male and female screaming in an apartment.  Officers arrived and spoke with a 28-year-old AAF (victim) and a 29-year-old AAM (suspect).  The victim reported that the suspect battered her, destroyed some of her property, and put his hands around her neck.  After subsequent investigation, officers arrested the suspect for charges of domestic disorderly conduct and domestic battery and conveyed him to jail. 

5) WEST: Drug Incident-Overdose – 4:05 p.m.  MPD officers responded to N Oak Grove Dr for the report of a mother who had just administered a shot of naloxone to her daughter (20-year-old WF) for a heroin overdose.  Officers arrived and spoke with the daughter who admitted to shooting up heroin.  The daughter/suspect had more heroin and drug paraphernalia in her room.  Officers gave the suspect misdemeanor citations for the heroin and paraphernalia and completed a MARI referral (Madison Addiction Recovery Initiative).  MFD/EMS conveyed the suspect to a local hospital for treatment. 

6) EAST: Retail Theft – 4:18 p.m.  MPD officers responded to Woodman's (3817 Milwaukee St) for a report of a retail theft suspect detained by Loss Prevention.  Officers responded and learned that a 26-year-old WM suspect had stolen three packages of king crab legs, several sirloin steaks, and a bag of green beans.  Officers also learned that the suspect was on parole and subsequently conveyed him to jail on charges of retail theft and a parole violation. 

7) EAST: Adult Arrested Person – 5:35 p.m.  An MPD officer was on routine patrol in the area of Trixie's Liquor on E Washington Ave when he observed a wanted subject's vehicle.  The officer stopped the 51-year-old AAM and arrested him on outstanding probable cause for four retail theft cases.  Officers conveyed the suspect to jail.

8) SOUTH: Domestic Disturbance – 11:28 p.m.  Officers were dispatched to Rustic Pkwy for the report of a domestic disturbance.  The suspect (26-year-old HM) and the victim (33-year-old HF) were involved in an argument over car keys.  During the course of the argument, the male suspect grabbed the victim by her throat and pushed her into a wall.  The suspect was attempting to leave upon officers' arrival.  The suspect was arrested on charges of domestic battery and domestic disorderly conduct, and subsequently taken to jail.  Investigation continuing as to other charges.

9) CENTRAL: Crash w/Injuries – 1:00 a.m.  Officers were sent to the intersection of N Henry St at Langdon St for a motor vehicle versus pedestrian crash.  Upon arrival, officers located a pedestrian (22-year-old WM) down with what initially appeared to be significant injuries.  The driver (18-year-old UM) remained on scene, was cooperative, and showed no signs of impairment.  The driver consented to a blood draw, search of his vehicle, and search of his vehicle's black box.  Initial statements were that the vehicle was traveling approximately 40 mph outbound on Langdon St when it struck the pedestrian in the crosswalk.  The pedestrian was transported to a local hospital with multiple lacerations and neurological damage.  Traffic specialist on-scene.  Investigation continuing.

10) NORTH: Domestic Disturbance – 1:29 a.m.  Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of Northport Dr for the sounds of an obvious disturbance.  The caller indicated they could hear arguing and the sounds of a physical fight with walls shaking and a female voice saying, "Get off of me."  Officers arrived and observed yelling and arguing emanating from the address.  Officers contacted an 18-year-old AAM (suspect) and a 20-year-old AAF (victim).  Both parties denied any incident occurred.  Officers were able to establish probable cause for the suspect.  Once handcuffed and being led out of the apartment, the suspect began to kick and fight officers.  One officer received minor injuries due to this.  During this chaos, the victim left the scene and officers were unable to find her for a period of time.  The victim returned and admitted she had multiple warrants and had provided officers false identifying information in an attempt to hide this fact.  The male suspect was booked into jail for domestic disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.  The female victim was also booked into jail for her multiple warrants, as well as obstructing.  
  
11) MIDTOWN: Check Property – 2:34 a.m.  An off-duty officer from an adjoining jurisdiction contacted MPD reference a "suspicious" video of a subject building some sort of device.  Subsequent investigation reflected that the video originated in Fitchburg, who were subsequently lateraled the information.  It appears from collaborative efforts with Fitchburg that this was part of an elaborate science experiment for school. 

12) NORTH: Drug Incident-Overdose – 3:00 a.m.  Officers were sent to W Karstens Dr for a PNB (pulseless and non-breathing) drug overdose.  Wife wakes up to dog furiously barking at the bathroom door and notices her husband (34-year-old WM) is not in bed.  Wife was able to force entry into the locked bathroom and observed her husband down, PNB.  With the assistance of naloxone, her husband is revived and transported to an area hospital.  No evidence was located at the scene and no admission of use by the male subject.  Investigation continuing.

Posted by: Chief Koval

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