The man who is suspected of assaulting a woman when she was carrying goods into her car early on Friday morning was apprehended by the police.
Around nine in the morning, according to Columbia County Sheriff Todd Horn, Dane County investigators informed surrounding counties about their search for the suspect who was driving a 2013 Land Range Rover Evoque.
At 10:30 in the morning, the Dispatch Center of the Sauk County Sheriff’s Office informed the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office that they had been pursuing the Land Rover and that it was on Highway 60 entering Columbia County at the time.
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After another five minutes, Horn reported that a sergeant had seen the automobile on Highway 60 to the west of Lodi. A pursuit began after a Lodi police officer made an effort to pull over the vehicle in question. After that, a second officer used a device to deflate the tyres, and although it was successful, the motorist continued driving.
The vehicle eventually found its way onto Highway 113, which leads back into Dane County.
The tyres eventually went flat, causing the automobile to spin off on Highway 113, which eventually caused the pursuit speeds to slow down.
The culprit, who has since been named Keewan Jamel Singleton, 34, from Middleton, attempted to flee but was ultimately apprehended by law enforcement. Horn stated that he was taken into custody and put into the Columbia County Jail for felony evading, operating a motor vehicle without the consent of the owner, and various traffic infractions.
According to Horn, investigations are still taking place in the city of Madison as well as in Sauk County, and it’s possible that further charges will be brought as a result.
An investigation has been opened by the Madison Police Department after they received a report that a lady was assaulted while she was loading goods into her vehicle early on Friday morning.
At approximately 7:45 in the morning, officers were called to the area of Nekoosa Trail and Commercial Avenue, according to the spokesperson for the MPD, Stephanie Fryer.
According to Fryer, a male suspect approached a female victim and asked that she hand over her keys to him. The suspect “battered” the victim after she had denied his advances.
After that, the guy grabbed the woman’s vehicle and backed into one of the two store employees who had come to help the woman.
The woman and the employee both claimed to have suffered minor injuries, but neither was transported to the hospital.
The JaneSP license plate is associated with a missing 2013 Land Range Rover Evoque, and the Madison police department is looking for it. Please dial 911 if you come across this car.
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