Police Incident Reports A Selection of Noteworthy Incident Reports

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Incident Report for Case #2014-56599

Incident Type

Residential Burglary

Incident Date

02/23/2014 - 6:09 AM


Quincy Ave.


Efemia A Neumaier, age 21, Madison
Conspiracy to Commit Armed Robbery

DeAndre L Mayweathers, age 23, Madison
Conspiracy to Commit Armed Robbery

Demarco D. Mallit, age 22, Madison
Aiding a Felon, Theft

Kristopher J. Hughes, age 20, Madison
Conspiracy to Commit Armed Robbery, Armed Robbery (PTAC),
1st Degree Sexual Assault - 6 counts (PTAC), Substantial Battery while Armed.

Michon A. Thomas, age 22, Madison
Conspiracy to Commit Armed Robbery, Armed Robbery (PTAC),
1st Degree Sexual Assault - 6 counts (PTAC)

Eric D. Bass, age 23, Madison
Conspiracy to Commit Armed Robbery, Armed Robbery (PTAC)
1st Degree Sexual Assault - 6 counts (PTAC)


Male, 30’s Madison
Female, 30’s, Madison


March 21, 2014


The couple involved in the home invasion would like to send a message to the Madison community. They want you to know that mom, dad, and baby are healthy and doing as well as can be expected. The husband and wife sincerely appreciate the genuine kindness extended to them by the many good people of this community.  For them, it has been healing to hear supportive and compassionate sentiments, and they would be willing to receive continued communication of this nature.   At this time, they are not requesting monetary contributions and have not authorized any initiatives of this nature.  However, if you would like to pen a card or letter of support, there is now an address to which correspondence can be sent:  Friends of Quincy Avenue, c/o Luther Memorial Church, 1021 University Ave., Madison, WI 53715.

The following was released by North District Det. Lt. Joey Skenandore at a news conference on March 10th:

On Sunday, February 23rd, at approximately 4:00 am, a home invasion / robbery occurred on Quincy Avenue on the city's north side.  While investigating the robbery it was revealed that the suspects who perpetrated this crime went to the wrong address and victimized an innocent couple who were asleep in their residence. 

The suspects who were armed, forced entry into the residence and battered both victims.  During the course of the robbery several suspects repeatedly sexually assaulted the female resident who was six months pregnant.  The suspects removed several items of property from the residence and since that time we have recovered most of the property that was stolen during the robbery.

The suspects were in the residence for approximately 40 – 50 minutes.  After the suspects exited the residence, the victims attempted to contact neighbors to notify the police, however, they were unsuccessful and were forced to walk to a local business to call 911. 

On Sunday afternoon of that same day, Officers took Michon Thomas into custody for a probation violation.  On Wednesday, February 26th, officers and detectives from the Madison Police Department took Christopher Hughes into custody for a probation violation.  Detectives from the Madison Police Department continued to investigate the home invasion / robbery and with the assistance of several outside agencies took Efeme Neumaier, Eric Bass and Deondre Mayweathers into custody on March 6th for charges related to this crime.

During the investigation, it was discovered that two of the suspects, Demarco Mallit and Christopher Hughes, were observed on video attempting to conceal or destroy property taken during the commission of the robbery.  As a result, Demarco Mallit was taken into custody on a probation violation. 

The Dane County District Attorney's Office Crime Response Team has been providing services to the victims.  It is extremely important to not re-victimize the victims, so at this time we are not revealing their identity. 

In the weeks following this crime, multiple work units from within the Madison Police Department and surrounding police agencies took part in the investigation. Because of the hard work and dedication of the men and women in the law enforcement community six suspects associated with this home invasion are in custody. 

Last updated 03/21/2014 at 2:53 PM by PIO Joel DeSpain


Yesterday afternoon, the MPD took two suspects into custody following a violent home invasion. It happened early Sunday morning on a street near the 3200 block of E. Washington Ave. The MPD is not releasing the exact location in order to protect the victims. They are a man and woman in their 30's. Both told police several men forced entry into their home. Once inside, the intruders demanded money and assaulted the victims. The preliminary investigation indicates the robbers meant to target another residence, and hit the victims' home by mistake.

While canvassing the neighborhood, responding officers developed information which resulted in two suspects being tentatively identified. They are in custody on unrelated charges at this time. This remains a  very active investigation as detectives look to identify other suspects. Anyone with information is urged to contact Madison Area Crime Stoppers at 266-6014.

Released 02/24/2014 at 1:40 PM by PIO Joel DeSpain

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