Police Incident Reports A Selection of Noteworthy Incident Reports
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Incident Date01/15/2008 - 9:24 AM
AddressRaymond Road (from near Mckenna Blvd. to Whitney Way)
Suspect(s)Perpetrator is described as a male, white, 35-40 years old, short dark black hair, with no glasses or facial hair. He was wearing a dark navy blue zip-up jacket with hood and white on the sleeves. His vehicle is said to be a newer red or maroon four-door Cadillac SUV with no rear bumper, and no license plates.
DetailsOn Tuesday January 15th around 9:24 Madison Police were called to Toki Middle School to take a report of an attempted child enticement. Two girls, ages 13 and 11, said they were followed by a man in a car as they walked to school along Raymond Road from Mckenna Blvd. to Whitney Way. At a couple of points in time the students say the man spoke to them through an open passenger's side window. First he told the girls, "You guys are going to be late for school." Following this comment the students quickened their pace. The man in the car continued to follow slowly behind them. After another block or two the man said, "I know your Dad, it's okay, I can give you a ride ... hop in." One of the girls replied, "You don't know my Dad." They walked even more quickly eventually crossing from the south side of Raymond to the north side at Whitney Way where they cut in to the Walgreen's parking lot. They then observed the man in the car speed up and continue eastbound on Raymond. The girls immediately contacted a guidance counselor
Released 01/16/2008 at 9:28 AM by PIO Joel DeSpain
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