Prosecutors say Washington White shot the victim at least four times in the parking lot of the building, and that Davis later hid the weapon for him.
Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway and challenger Gloria Reyes both list public safety as a top priority for the next four years.
Chief Shon Barnes said Monday that a man wanted in a homicide was the man who was found dead in a Kwik Trip bathroom Friday after a confrontation with police.
"Every chief in every city in America will tell you that fear of crime is far more important than any actual number or statistic," Barnes said.
Police Chief Shon Barnes said he hopes to have officers in the city's North District outfitted with cameras by June 1 or July 1.
"I fear today we will watch with the same disbelief as police officers similarly strip Tyre Nichols in Memphis of his human dignity and life," Barnes said.
The city saw a 21% decrease in gunfire over the five-year average.
Police believe Lamar A. Jefferson opened fire on the 29-year-old man after a dispute around 3:30 p.m. in the 100 block of State.
An eyewitness saw a bleeding man taken out of Michelangelo's Coffee House by first responders.
The victim was traveling in a vehicle with the shooter on Madison’s South Side on Tuesday when a fight between them spilled onto the street and ended with gunfire.
"We don't know how many shots were fired, we don't know why those shots were fired," the police chief said.
Students reported afterward that a weapon might have been involved, but a search of the area with a police dog didn't turn one up.
Wisconsin's 1849 abortion ban contains no exemptions for rape and incest.
Madison leaders have now completed another waste of taxpayer dollars with the hiring of the new police monitor.
The fights follow a school year that also saw several large fights on and off campus.
The city's independent police monitor will do an after-action review when tear gas is deployed.
Police said they had not been called to the home in the past.
From January through June, compared to last year, crashes decreased by 5% and fatalities and serious injuries fell by 40% in Madison, city officials said.
The Dane County Medical Examiner's Office identified the homicide victim as Corey D. Mitchell, 30, of Fitchburg, in a statement Monday afternoon.
The killings are the city's fifth and sixth homicides of the year.
The Madison School Board removed police officers from inside the high schools in 2020.
After a spate of shootings across the city in the last week, Madison Police Chief Shon Barnes urged residents to help authorities curb gun violence over the July Fourth weekend.
In municipalities, the police chief has the authority to change the department's standard operating procedures and orders to officers.
The City Council will again consider banning police from using tear gas, mace and devices that fire less-lethal projectiles, such as bean bags or sponge-tipped rounds, to control unruly crowds.
Up to 20,000 people are expected to gather at the state Capitol Saturday to support access to legal abortion services, according to Madison police.