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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.
By: Officer Jeff Kirchman Years ago, someone tried to break into my home. Luckily, I was there and scared the burglar away before they entered. With the situation resolved, I decided it wasn’t worth ‘bothering’ …November 16, 2022
By: Community Officer Erik Pearce The UW-Madison Police Department wants you to “Be Bright” on your bike at night. Did you know: all cyclists must have a white front light visible from at least …November 16, 2022
By: Officer Jeff Kirchman Whether we use a street address, business name, or some other identifiable locator, it’s not hard describing our location — most of us know where we are. And that’s critically important …October 13, 2022
By: Community Officer Barrett Erwin In 2019, almost 50,000 people in the US died as a result of opioid overdose; this number includes events involving prescription pain medications, heroin, and synthetic opioids like fentanyl. The …October 13, 2022
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