Police Incident Reports A Selection of Noteworthy Incident Reports
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Incident TypeArrested Person
Incident Date04/15/2014 - 3:37 AM
Address3000 Worthington Avenue
ArrestedKedrick Deon Gordy, 30-year-old male of Madison, Wisconsin
CHARGES: 2nd Degree Recklessly Endangerment, Battery, Disorderly Conduct
DetailsMadison Police Officers responded to the 3000 block of Worthington Avenue reference a possible disturbance that was thought to be domestic related. Officers were given a preliminary description of the suspect, later identified as Kedrick Gordy, and his maroon Chevrolet Monte Carlo. Officers arrived, and noticed a vehicle matching that description driving slowly in a nearby parking lot.
An officer approached the car, and attempted to verify that Gordy was in fact the operator of the vehicle; which he confirmed. The officer ordered him out of the car, and Gordy refused to exit. He placed his car in reverse, and quickly accelerated into the side of a tree. Gordy's vehicle, pointed directly at the officer, accelerated forward and the officer had to jump out of the pathway of the car to avoid being struck. This all occurred with the driver's side door open, just before Gordy sped out of the parking lot; while squealing the tires on his car.
Other officers located Gordy a short distance away. As the resistive Gordy was taken into custody, he yelled expletives, continued to make threats, and even attempted to head-butt officers. Gordy was conveyed to the Dane County Jail, and when advised about the felony charge for almost running over a police officer, Gordy confirmed that he told the officer to get out of the way!
PO Howard Payne
Released 04/15/2014 at 11:37 AM by P.O. Howard Payne
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