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MPD Daily Significant Calls 09/23/2017 to 09/24/2017

September 24, 2017 9:52 AM

From 5:30 a.m. on 09/23/2017 through 5:30 a.m. on 09/24/2017, MPD received ­­­­439 calls for service.  This number does not include parking complaints or 911 misdials.

1) EAST: Disturbance - 5:53 a.m.  Officers responded to a reported disturbance at a residence on the 6600 block of Annestown Dr. The caller reported multiple individuals fighting outside. Officers arrived and contacted the involved parties. Witnesses advised that one of the suspects (18 year old WM) is intoxicated and out of control, yelling, crying, and tearing up the home. Witnesses further report that the suspect, when he learned police were responding, had threatened to disarm officers. The suspect made no attempt to do so, but was mildly resistive when being taken into protective custody. The suspect was transported to Detox and cited for underage drinking.

2) WEST: Residential Burglary - 6:22 a.m.  Officers responded to a residence on Welton Dr regarding a residential burglary. The caller (25 year old WF) reported returning home last evening and inadvertently leaving the garage door open and interior door into home unlocked. The caller reported awakening shortly after 6 a.m. and finding items missing from the house (jewelry) and her vehicle missing from the driveway. Burglary was estimated to have occurred between 3:30 a.m.-6 a.m. No suspect information. Vehicle listed as stolen and ATL aired.

3) NORTH: Sexual Assault/Burglary - 7:40 a.m.  Officers responded to a residence on Brentwood Pkwy for the report of a possible sexual assault and burglary.  The victim (30 year old WF) reported that the suspect (27 year old AAM), an ex-boyfriend, entered her home without consent at approximately 3 a.m.  Suspect forces the victim's companion to leave and then assaults her.  The victim briefly escapes, the suspect catches the victim and again assaults her. The suspect remained in the residence for several hours and eventually leaves, taking the victim's car keys and cash. The victim was taken to a local hospital for a Forensic Nurse's Exam (FNE). The suspect is wanted for prior domestic offenses as well as for tonight's crime. Investigation continuing.

4) WEST: Sexual Assault of a Child - 8:34 a.m.  Officers were called to Windflower Way to investigate a sexual assault of a child. The foster parent called to report that the victim (17 year old AAF) left home without permission sometime during the night. She returned home early in the morning and reported to her foster mom that she had been assaulted.  Investigation resulted in two arrests. One suspect, a 30 year old HM, was taken to jail for sexual assault of a child.  Another suspect, a 30 year old WM, was charged with a misdemeanor for sexual contact with a child over 16.  Investigation continuing.

5) NORTH: OMVWI Arrest/Intoxicated Driver-3rd offense - 10:36 a.m.  MPD responded to Packers/Aberg Ave for a report of MVxMV hit and run. Caller reported being stopped at an intersection when rear-ended by the suspect (60 year old WM). No reported injuries. The suspect left when informed police were responding. Officers located the suspect/suspect vehicle on Aberg Ave at Shopko Dr. Standardized Field Sobriety Tests administered and suspect was arrested for OMVWI(3rd offense).

6) EAST: Drug Incident-Overdose – 1:20 p.m.  Officers were dispatched to the 5400 block of Cottage Grove Rd with EMS, to a person down in the bathroom.  Officers spoke to the caller who said that his son (28 year old WM) has a history of heroin use. Son was found down and unresponsive with drugs and paraphernalia around him. EMS administered naloxone and the subject came to. He was transported to the hospital. Suspect is going to the jail for possession of heroin, paraphernalia and bail jumping.

7) CENTRAL: Residential Burglary - 2:22 p.m.   An officer was flagged down by residents of an apartment located in the 100 block of W Gilman St, who were just burglarized. One of the residents was sitting in his room when the suspect entered. The suspect made a comment about getting out of there and fled out of the open window. Officers immediately began checking the area and a K9 track was done, but the suspect was not located. The suspect is described as a 30 to 40 year old AAM, wearing a Brewers ball cap and a blue and yellow shirt. A backpack, purse and laptop were taken in the burglary. Investigation continuing.

8) CENTRAL: Information/Disturbance - 2:45 a.m.  DSI (Downtown Safety Initiative/Overtime) officers working the 600 block of University Ave were attempting to clear the large crowd out of the area when a fight broke out behind them.  In an attempt to stop the fight from escalating, a DSI officer deployed OC spray towards one of the involved parties.  The subjects involved in that fight then fled the scene but the deployment left the crowd agitated.  Additional officers were requested to assist in monitoring the crowd who refused to leave.  After the agitated crowd calmed down a bit, a line of officers was formed and subjects were directed out of the area.

9) EAST: Missing Juvenile - 3:53 p.m.  ?Officers took a report of a missing juvenile (13 year old HF). The child attends Sennett Middle School and did not return home from school yesterday. She is on the autism spectrum but high functioning. ATL and NCIC completed. After taking the first runaway report, the caller was re-contacted for further information and decided to report her other daughter (16 year old HF) as missing as well. Both are now listed in NCIC and officers are continuing to try to locate the girls. Due to concerns expressed by mom, a press release and photos were posted.  Officers eventually located the youngest daughter, but are still searching for the older child.

10) WEST: Sexual Assault of a Child - 10:10 p.m.  MPD was dispatched to Schroeder Rd to take a report of a sexual assault of a child that occurred sometime around the Labor Day weekend.  Per the 11 year old WF victim, she and her 16 year old AAM boyfriend had consensual sex at his home.  This information was just presented to victim's foster mom who promptly notified MPD.  Both parties were interviewed and relayed similar stories.  Investigation continuing.

11) NORTH: Disturbance/Weapons Offense - 10:19 p.m.  MPD was dispatched to the 2300 block of Hoard St for a person possibly being chased by another with a rifle.  As the 44 year old WM victim was walking home, he observed two AAM juveniles following him.  As he looked back he observed what he believed could have been a long gun.  While continuing to walk home, the juveniles begin to chase him and do so for about two blocks.  At one point the victim believed the long item was shouldered like a gun and was pointed at him.  No shots were ever heard or reported.  After turning onto Hoard St, the juveniles discontinued the pursuit and the victim was able to make it safely home.  The area was thoroughly checked by officers and the juveniles were not located.

12) CENTRAL: Arrested Person - 10:23 p.m.  MPD was dispatched to James Madison Park to check on a group of subjects who appeared to be setting up camp and were arguing.  Upon arrival, officers met up with a park ranger who pointed out a 56 year old WM who threatened to shoot him.  Being that the suspect was still in the area, officers made contact with him.  The suspect was initially cooperative but was intoxicated.  As officers continued to deal with the rest of the group the suspect began escalating by yelling, screaming, and waving around a wooden temporary No Parking sign.  After being taken into custody and during transport to the jail, the suspect began threatening to kill an officer and that officer's family.  He went on to say that he would record all of this and then put it online.  Once at the jail the suspect continued making similar threats to another officer.  The suspect was subsequently charged with disorderly conduct and two counts of threats to a law enforcement officer.

13) WEST: Domestic Disturbance - 2:14 a.m.  MPD officers were dispatched to the 6900 block of Colony Dr for a domestic disturbance.  Upon arrival officers learned that the 28 year old WF suspect had come to her child's father's house and found him with his new girlfriend.  Seeing this made the suspect upset at which point she reached through the open window of the female victim's vehicle and began to punch her, pull her hair, and strangle her.  At that point the 29 year old AAM victim exited the vehicle from the passenger side and went to pull the suspect off of his new girlfriend.  He was able to keep the suspect detained until PD arrived.  The 29 year old WF victim did not want an FNE exam to aid in the strangulation charge.  The female suspect was charged with violating a restraining order, battery, two counts of disorderly conduct, strangulation, and felony bail jumping.

Posted by: Chief Koval

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