Police Incident Reports A Selection of Noteworthy Incident Reports
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Incident Date11/13/2019 - 8:49 PM
Address400 block S. High Point Rd.
Suspect(s)2 teenaged males either Hispanic or African American
UpdateThe MPD has now taken three of five suspects into custody after identifying several teens through surveillance images. All are 14-years-old. One was arrested last Friday morning after being chased down by the MPD following a car theft. Two others were located inside West Towne Mall late Friday afternoon. All were taken to the Juvenile Reception Center on tentative charges of carjacking, attempted carjacking, and operating a motor vehicle without owner's consent.
Last updated 11/18/2019 at 9:54 AM by PIO Joel Despain
DetailsAt 8:49 PM MPD officers were dispatched to a carjacking in a parking lot in the 400 block of S. High Point Rd. on Madison's west side. While the 60 year old male victim was sitting in his vehicle he was approached by a total of four teenaged males. One of those males threatened the man with a knife and then stole his car. The victim in this incident was unharmed and his vehicle was located unoccupied a few blocks away. A Madison police K9 unit attempted to track the suspects but no suspects were located.
It's strongly believed that this incident is related to another attempted carjacking that took place roughly nine minutes earlier at the KFC located in the 7500 block of Mineral Point Rd. In that incident two teenaged male suspects displayed a knife to a man in a vehicle while he was waiting in the drive through. The potential victim in that incident remained in his vehicle, was unharmed, and the suspects fled the area.
Released 11/13/2019 at 10:32 PM by Sgt. Kurt Wege
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