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Incident Report for Case #2011-205759

Incident Type

Robbery

Incident Date

07/24/2011 - 3:12 PM

Address

555 S Midvale

Suspect(s)

#1:M/W 6'3, medium to thin build, dark grey sweat shirt, white/grey baggie pants
black stocking cap
#2: W/M driver
They left in a white dodge vehicle, similar to a stealth

Arrested

Dylan R. Randel, age 25, Madison
Mr. Randel was arrested for Armed Robbery, Bail Jumping, Intimidation of Victims, & Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.

David M.P. Windus, age 24, Madison
Mr. Windus was arrested for Armed Robbery, Bail Jumping, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.

Victim(s)

EVP Coffee - male clerk

Details

(UPDATED RELEASE 11:30 P.M. 7/25)

The off-duty Madison firefighter’s radar went up Sunday afternoon as he watched a man wearing a ski mask and sunglasses running quickly across S. Midvale Blvd. and into a neighborhood coffee shop. He was carrying an empty white bag, and despite the heat of the day, was clad in cargo pants, and a sweatshirt. The firefighter, who was driving, quickly made a u-turn, and as he did, he saw the suspect racing back across Midvale, his plastic bag now full. The robber ducked between a couple of houses, and the firefighter did another u-turn. He was now on Ames St., and he could see the suspect getting into the passenger seat of a getaway car. The firefighter got a good enough look to memorize its’ plates. A MPD sergeant then spotted the white Dodge Stealth on Maple St., near University Avenue, and the suspects were arrested. Drug paraphernalia, commonly used by heroin users, was found inside the car.

(ORIGINAL RELEASE)
A male entered the Et Vous Pres coffee shop and indicated he was going to rob the business. He had a stocking cap pulled down over his face. He was armed with what appeared to be a black revolver. He asked for the money and was given money and fled the establishment. He fled westbound from the business and got into a sporty white vehicle.

Released 07/24/2011 at 4:46 PM by Lt. Mary Lou Ricksecker

The location shown is approximate & may not be accurate.