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Incident Report Feb. 21-27

The following is the Madison Police Department Incident Report from Feb. 21-27:

Feb. 21

Dissemination of obscene material from the 200 block of Dock Murphy Drive.

Animals (vicious dog) from the 100 block of Reserve Way.

Domestic violence (harassment, family), third degree, from the 300 block of Eastview Drive.

Possession of forged instrument, third degree, and theft, fourth degree, from the 100 block Bridgeway Lane.

 

Feb. 22

Criminal trespassing, third degree, from the 100 block of Waxwing Street.

Theft, fourth degree, from the 4000 block of Sullivan Street.

Domestic violence (harassment, family), third degree, from the 200 block of Gemini Drive.

Harassing communications from the 300 block of Waters Edge Lane.

Attempting to flee or elude police officer from the area of Madison Boulevard and Wall Triana Highway.

 

Feb. 23

Theft, fourth degree, from the 8000 block of Madison Boulevard.

Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle and theft, second degree, from the 1000 block of Liberty Drive.

 

Feb. 24

Harassment from the 800 block of Mill Road.

Duty upon striking unattended vehicle from the 7000 block of Highway 72 West.

Theft, fourth degree, from the 8000 block of Highway 72 West.

Theft, second degree, from the 700 block of Seina Vista Drive.

Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle and theft, second degree, from the 8000 block of Old Madison Pike.

 

Feb. 25

Criminal trespassing, third degree, from the 8000 block of Madison Boulevard.

Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle and theft, second degree, from the 7000 block of Old Madison Pike.

Harassment from the area of Iroquis and Oakhurst.

Theft, third degree, from the 100 block of Buttercup Lane.

Theft, fourth degree, and unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle from the 10000 block of Cardinal Drive.

Child abuse from the 600 block of Balch Road.

Dissemination of obscene material from the 200 block of Dock Murphy Drive.

Domestic violence (harassment, family), third degree, from the 100 block of Fargo Circle.

Discharging firearm into occupied dwelling and vehicle from the 100 block of Royal Drive.

 

Feb. 26

Attempted murder from the 100 block of Royal Drive.

Duty to give information to render aid from the area of Hughes Road and Old Madison Pike.

Criminal trespassing, third degree, from the 100 block of Whisperwood Lane.

Harassment from the 500 block of Nance Road.

Theft, first degree, and home repair fraud from the 100 block of Chickasaw Trail.

Theft, fourth degree, from the 300 block of Hughes Road.

Theft, fourth degree, from the 200 block of Water Hill Road.

 

Feb. 27

Theft, fourth degree, from the 200 block of Water Hill Road.

Criminal mischief, second degree, from the 100 block of Arlington Drive.

Theft, third degree, from the 7000 block of Highway 72 West.

Possession of child pornography (intent to distribute) and distributing private images to harass from the 600 block of Hughes Road.

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