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Credit card skimmer found near campus

A City of Madison inspector found a credit card skimmer in a gas pump located at Genin’s Mobil on the 3500 block of University Avenue Tuesday, according to a Madison Police Department incident report. “He was conducting random inspections when he made the finding on pump five at Genin's Mobil."


Mayor Paul Soglin said Madison’s policies regarding immigrants won’t change following the election and the city will stay in a coalition of city’s that protects citizens regardless of status.
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Soglin says city’s immigration policies won’t change

Madison Mayor Paul Soglin and Police Chief Mike Koval said Wednesday that the city’s policies regarding immigration will not change in light of the election, while City Attorney Michael May said he will be researching impacts of possible changes in federal immigration policy. The three officials held a press conference Wednesday with several city alders to address the issue. 


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Fight on Park Street leaves 14-year-old girl unconscious

Three teenagers were arrested last week after a fight on South Park street left two other teenagers injured, one of whom was unconscious. “The victim was pulled down by the hair and punched multiple times in the head,” Madison Police Department Public Information Officer Joel DeSpain wrote in an incident report.


Violating the alternate side parking ordinance can be punishable with a $20 fine, which increases to $60 during a declared snow emergency.
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Alternate side parking rules go into effect Tuesday

The City of Madison will start enforcing alternate side parking rules Tuesday at 1 a.m., and the rules will stay in effect through March 17, 2017. The alternate side parking rules mean that Madison residents must park their cars on the odd-numbered side of the street between 1 a.m. and 7 a.m. on odd dates, and park on the even-numbered side of the street on even date mornings, according to a city press release.


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Man arrested for peeping on Langdon Street

Madison Police Department officers arrested John Kuznezow, 54, for invasion of privacy Monday night after there were reports of a man sitting in a tree looking through windows on Langdon Street. “Upon arrival officers discovered Kuznezow still in the tree and he appeared to be looking in a second floor window to an apartment,” MPD Lieutenant Anthony Fiore wrote in an incident report. “When officers ordered Kuznezow out of the tree they noted his pants were undone and Kuznezow had no reasonable explanation for his presence in said tree.” MPD investigated the incident and found there was a female resident inside her apartment and that she was unaware the suspect had been watching her.


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Sexual assault occurs after suspect, victim meet at Wando's

A 26-year-old woman was sexually assaulted after meeting a man at Wando’s on University Avenue and accompanying him back to his apartment. The suspect and victim were previously unknown to each other, according to a Madison Police Department incident report. The suspect reportedly assaulted the victim at his apartment before she was able to leave, according to the report.


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