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Incident Report for Case #2018-48528

Incident Type


Incident Date

02/08/2018 - 9:28 AM


East Towne Mall


Male, black, 16-20 years old, taller, wearing dark blue baseball cap, yellow winter coat, light colored jeans, brown boots and carrying a backpack.

Male, black, 16-20 years old, shorter, wearing a black hooded sweatshirt with lettering on it, dark jeans, black shoes and carrying a backpack.


Antjuan L. Weathers, Jr., age 18, Madison
Suspect was arrested for operating a motor vehicle without owner's consent credit card theft.


Female, age 71, Madison


One of the suspects was arrested yesterday afternoon following a traffic stop on E. Washington Ave.

Last updated 05/16/2018 at 11:25 AM by PIO Joel Despain


She didn't figure she needed to pay to lock the locker. After all, she was only placing her old coat in it, and the garment wasn't worth much. The victim, a 71-year-old Madison woman, had come to East Towne Mall yesterday morning to walk with her sister. She now believes when she went to place her coat in a locker, she was actually being watched. That's because when she went to retrieve the jacket, it was missing, and that's not all. When she went to find her car, it was no longer in the lot. She thought she had placed the keys in her pants, but now realized they must have been in the coat. Now it was gone. Her car was gone, and her purse was gone. It had been locked inside the car. Within a couple of hours someone was trying to use her credit cards. A passerby later found the purse dumped on Rusk St., but the victim's money, credit cards and other items were no longer inside. The investigating officer is reviewing surveillance images with hope of identifying suspects. There have now been a dozen vehicles stolen in Madison so far this month.

Released 02/09/2018 at 3:21 PM by PIO Joel Despain

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