(Beaver Dam) The Beaver Dam Police Department has apprehended three juvenile suspects who fled the scene after a hit-and-run in a stolen vehicle. Chief John Kreuziger tells us that a fourth suspect may still be on the loose.
The incident started around 8pm Tuesday night when officers were dispatched to reports of a stolen vehicle located on the north side of Beaver Dam. Officers attempted a traffic stop, but the vehicle continued on, sparking a brief pursuit. The suspects struck several vehicles and ultimately crashed into a ditch. As many as four suspects fled on foot.
Personnel scoured the area with police dogs and thermal imaging tools. Two occupants were apprehended shortly after the incident and a third suspect was confirmed to be in custody Wednesday morning.
An officer and two of the juvenile suspects sustained minor injuries from the crashes. All were treated and released from the hospital. The suspects are facing numerous charges.
The last known whereabouts of the fourth juvenile suspect was in the area of North Spring Street and Woodland Drive. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Beaver Dam Police Department. Assistance was provided by the Dodge County Sheriff’s Office, the Beaver Dam Fire Department and several citizens.