The man fatally shot by police near Fort Atkinson on Dec. 9 after shooting at officers was a suspect in a Monona credit union robbery earlier in the day, authorities reported Wednesday.
A series of gunshot incidents over the extended holiday weekend kept area police agencies busy.
Monona police saw about a dozen cars that were broken into and had items stolen in the area of Queens Way, Eastgate Road and Kings Row.
Three handguns, a spent shell casing, and a hole in a wall were found after a report of a gunshot and a female screaming Thursday night, Monona police reported.
Authorities identified a man found dead in a Monona retention pond as a Madison man who was being sought for a shooting in April that injured two people.
A robber fired a shot in a hotel stairwell on Wednesday night as the victim fought back, Monona police reported.
If we want to reduce police violence, we need to radically reduce the role and budget of police departments and reroute those resources to other public services.
People of color are often met with hostility and distrust in their everyday interactions with police.
The incident began about 4:40 p.m. Monday when a person reported that a vehicle driving recklessly almost hit their vehicle in the area of South Towne and the Beltline, police said.
Jacklynn L. Bass, 18, and Daniel L. Abston, 18, were arrested after the crash, police said.
A search of the vehicle, which was returned to its owner, found numerous stolen credit cards and other personal items, police said.
Police arrested Todd Engle, 54, owner of the house in the 400 block of Labelle Lane on a tentative charge of maintaining a drug dwelling.
The boy, who was not injured in the crash, faces tentative charges of first offense OWI, operating a motor vehicle without owner’s consent, and two counts of eluding police, authorities said.
Leroy C. Barnes Virghes Jr., 19, of Madison, died at the scene of the crash that occurred about 12:50 p.m. in the westbound lanes of the Beltline in Monona, authorities said.
The crash that left one person dead and another seriously injured happened Tuesday afternoon on the Beltline westbound between Monona Drive and South Towne Drive.
Authorities have identified the Madison man who died in a crash into a power pole in Monona on Monday night as 21-year-old Joseph M. Swenson.
Authorities have identified the bicyclist killed when she was struck by a vehicle in Monona early Saturday morning as Kay E. Larson, 58, of Fi…
Witnesses told investigators that excessive speed was a contributing factor to the crash, Monona police said.
The crash happened shortly after 1:30 a.m. Saturday on the West Broadway bridge over the Yahara River, Monona police said.
One of the teens also had a stolen debit card that had been taken from a vehicle at Hilldale Shopping Center in Madison, police said.
A car being chased by police in Monona early Tuesday morning eventually crashed into a fire hydrant, with the driver fleeing on foot and police not able to find him.
Two teens arrested in Madison Thursday night are being linked to numerous crimes in the area, including auto theft, burglary, gun violence and thefts from cars.
Five people were seriously injured Wednesday night when a speeding car driven by a 16-year-old hit a car making a turn in Monona.
Monona Police Department will briefly shut down its power Monday, disabling phone and email service for several city agencies. Those with an emergency should still call 911.
A 19-year-old woman and two 17-year-old girls were arrested for the early Sunday morning break-in.