11/22/22 UPDATE: after receiving a tip from a community member, UWPD and MPD were able to locate Xun and he is safe. We thank the community for their assistance and their support. Read this message …November 21, 2022
Early Monday, October 24, 2022, the UW-Madison Police Department received reports of graffiti outside the Memorial Union and at the adjacent Alumni Park. Through our investigation, we’ve determined the extensive damage was caused by two …October 26, 2022
On Thursday, October 20, 2022 at approximately 1:25 p.m., UWPD officers responded to Lot 46 (Southeast Campus Ramp on Lake Street) for a report of a suspicious person looking into vehicles. The subject – later …October 21, 2022
The UW-Madison Police Department has arrested a Madison man on several charges – including disorderly conduct with a hate crime enhancer – following an altercation at a residence hall early Thursday morning. On Thursday, September …September 29, 2022
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- 1:29 pm, Check Person, Local Hospital. Contacted local hospital staff in regards to a patient.
- 2:00 pm, Theft/Larceny, Witte Hall. Contacted person who reported Walmart package taken from in front of the main entrance of Witte Hall.
- 7:12 pm, Theft/Larceny, Kronsage . Contacted person regarding theft of bike from Turner Hall.
- 7:16 pm, Assist Law Enforcement Agency, Local Hospital. Assisted Dodge County Sheriff with an OWI 1st blood draw kit from suspect and secured into UWPD evidence.
- 1:00 am, Eluding, Johnson & Frances Streets. Attempted to stop a dark gray Toyota Rav4 for speeding on W Johnson Street near N Orchard Street.
- 2:20 am, Other, Traffic Stop - Fish Hachery & Badger Roads. Cited person operating an unregistered Chevrolet Uplander for non-registration of auto.
- 2:53 am, Medical/Alcohol/Detox Conveyance, Local Hospital. Contacted/transported person to the Tellurian Detox Facility, after they left a local hospital against medical advice with suicidal ideations and was missing.
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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