On Thursday, June 15, 2023 at approximately 2:15pm, the UW-Madison Police Department received a 911 call from a motorist who reported that someone in another vehicle had pointed a gun at them and their passenger …June 16, 2023
On Tuesday, April 25, 2023, at approximately 10:15pm, UWPD officers responded to Sterling Hall for a report of smoke coming from two separate rooms on the first floor. Officers arrived and found the remnants of …April 26, 2023
Read Chancellor Mnookin’s statement about this and another recent threat incident » On Friday, March 10, 2023, at the request of the University of Wisconsin Police Department (UWPD), a former UW-Madison graduate student was detained …March 13, 2023
On Tuesday evening near the conclusion of the UW Men’s Basketball game at the Kohl Center, the City of Madison Police Department made a request that fans inside the Kohl Center shelter in place as …November 29, 2022
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- 11:34 am, Follow-up, Library Mall. Contacted person who alleged an individual that stole their property at an event in Fall 2022 was on scene.
- 12:53 pm, Check Person, Library Mall. Wrote citation for UW Resisting/Obstructing for person who was detained following an altercation with a public speaker at Library Mall.
- 4:08 pm, Theft/Larceny, Kronshage Residence Hall. Contacted person who wanted to report their E-bike stolen.
- 4:34 pm, Damage to Property, Lot 26. Person reported their vehicle had one portion of its driver side brake light broken while parked in lot 26 (on Observatory).
- 10:10 pm, Medical/Alcohol/Detox Conveyance, West Playing Fields. Contacted person who hit their head on ground after running into another player.
- 11:52 pm, Found Property, Kronshage Residence Hall. Contacted person after they found a wallet containing a fake Indiana driver's license.
- 11:53 pm, Theft/Larceny, UW Hospital. Contacted person regarding their DoorDash order was taken by an unknown male at the entrance to the Hospital.
- 1:22 am, Assist Law Enforcement Agency, UW Hospital. Arrested person for Portage PD regarding Portage PD.
The blotter content above represents significant incidents/calls for service from the last 24 hours, starting at 6 a.m. the previous day.
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