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Incident Report for Case #2011-262765

Incident Type

Disturbance

Incident Date

09/14/2011 - 10:24 PM

Address

22 S. Carroll St. (Inn on the Park)

Arrested

Miles E. Kristan, age 26, Madison
Mr. Kristan was cited for misdemeanor Disorderly Conduct after turning himself in Thursday afternoon.

Victim(s)

Male, age 43, Burlington, WI
Male, age 47, Marinette, WI
Male, age 42, Abbotsford, WI

Details

Madison Police responded to a disturbance at the Inn on the Park, 22 S. Carroll St., Wednesday night after a man dumped a beer over the head of a state lawmaker. The bartender said the man yelled out something like, "Money" and "Damn Republicans." The beer was poured atop a 43-year old Burlington, WI man. It also splashed onto two other state lawmakers. All indicated the suspect swore at them, and called them criminals. He was accompanied by a man with a video camera. The bartender asked the videographer to turn it off. She says following the request, the suspect then took the glass of beer and emptied it onto the lawmaker’s head. The suspect then fled. The lawmaker, who took the direct hit, indicated the suspect has been harassing him since February, but up until this point, it had only been verbal. He did not know the suspect's name, but a female State Capitol employee, who was with the group, was able to provide police with a name, and said Capitol Police would have his contact information. The MPD called Capitol Police and obtained a couple of possible addresses for the suspect, as well as a couple of possible phone numbers. Officers attempted to find the suspect, but could not locate him. He will likely face a tentative charge of disorderly conduct.

Released 09/15/2011 at 9:45 AM by PIO Joel DeSpain

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