Monday was a "huge day" for construction at Madison's first homeless camp on Dairy Drive. Watch crews build the tiny shelters.
“It’s an opportunity for us to finally do right by this community,” said Ald. Juliana Bennett, District 8.
According to police, the suspect watched the victims set up a tent they had just received. When they left, he walked over and set fire to it, destroying their belongings and damaging the James Madison Park shelter.
"This is the safer way to quarantine if you really think about it," one homeless camper said.