Wisconsin: MPD officer confronted by crowd, punched, police say

by WISC-TV | NEWS 3 | WISCONSIN  |  published on September 5, 2015

MADISON, Wis. – A Madison police officer was confronted by a crowd and punched after a street fight on Prairie Road Wednesday night, according to a release from Madison police.

The officer stopped in the area of Prairie Road and Jacobs Way around 6:20 p.m. after spotting a large number of people in the street. He said that as he approached he saw a woman punch a man in the face, and he could see that the woman had a can of pepper spray.

The officer said that as he went to arrest the woman he was surrounded by a crowd that was voicing anti-police sentiments, including “We need to start killing these officers.”

  • ihatelibs

    Gee . And they were all JUNGLE BUNNIES , PORCH MONKEYS , or whatever . Your choice. But its usually the KNEE GROWS that do all this . Worthless Race of Asswipes In OUR COUNTRY . Send the BOOTLIPPED SONSABITCHES , Back to AFRIKA

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