Police Incident Reports A Selection of Noteworthy Incident Reports
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Incident Date01/10/2014 - 7:45 PM
Address4687 Verona Rd. (McDonald's)
ArrestedMale, age 14, Madison
Teen was taken to the Juvenile Reception Center on tentative charges of Hit & Run, Reckless Driving, Operating a Motor Vehicle Without Owners' Consent - 2 counts.
Victim(s)Female, age 35, Madison
Female age 17, Madison
DetailsNot even old enough to legally drive, a 14-year old Madison teen was arrested Saturday night, during a high-risk traffic stop, after he was spotted behind the wheel of a SUV: the second stolen vehicle he's now accused of operating in the past few days. The first was abandoned Friday evening at the McDonald's drive-thru on Verona Rd. The suspect had two 13-year old male passengers with him in a Mercury Milan which had been stolen from the Milwaukee area. Around 7:45 p.m., the young driver barreled the car into the rear of another containing a mother and daughter who were waiting for their food. There was significant damage to both cars, but thankfully no one was seriously hurt. The two 13-year old boys stayed put as the suspect took off running. He was next spotted, the next night, in a Ford Expedition with disabled plates. It belongs to an 82-year old Mauston man. He and a female friend had parked it near the valet service at the Wisconsin Dells' Ho-Chunk Casino when it disappeared around 5:00 p.m. Saturday night. It was stopped a few hours later by the MPD, around 9:50 p.m., on Ashford Lane. This time the suspect was in the company of three teenage girls. They were released; he was taken to the Juvenile Reception Center.
Released 01/13/2014 at 1:00 PM by PIO Joel DeSpain
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