Wednesday, November 26, 2008 --- 10 a.m.
Incident Report from Madison Police Department:
On Monday, shortly after noon, Madison police were called to a home in the 200 block of Waubesa Street after a couple of teenage boys battered an area resident. The victim said a group of loud teens had approached his home, using vulgar language within earshot of his young child. He said some walked on his flowerbed, at which time he instructed them to leave.
The victim's car was parked in the street, and he went to pull it into the drive. His window was open as he told the young people to stop cussing. Two teens decided to punch the man through the car window. They were last seen running toward Atwood Avenue. The victim said he thought there were four males and one female in the group.
Perpetrator #1 is described as a male, black, teens, 5'00", wearing a black hooded sweatshirt.
Perpetrator #2 is described as a male, black, teens, 5'00", wearing an oversized jacket with brown, white, and black patchwork on it. He was wearing some type of hat.
Victim Male, age 29, Madison
Victim said he had neck pain and a headache after being punched.
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