Madison police arrest suspect in attempted homicide | News
Madison police said the primary suspect in last week's attempted homicide on the city's north side is in custody.
Detectives have identified Robert T. Williams, 29, of Madison, as their primary suspect in the attempted homicide case. Williams was arrested Monday in La Crosse after being pulled over for driving without a seat belt, police said. He is currently being held on a probation hold and will be transported back to Madison, police said.
Investigators said they are still seeking two other "persons of interest" for questioning. They are Terrance Frazier, 24, and Byran Lindsey, 22, both of Madison.
The shooting happened last Wednesday around 10:50 p.m. on Brentwood Parkway near Warner Park.
Witnesses said the shooting scene was chaotic with many gunshots fired. Onlooker Dan Evans said he heard about 15 gunshots.
"(The victim) was in a lot of pain, a lot of pain. But there was a lot of gunshots -- somebody unloaded a whole clip," Evans said.
The victim in the shooting was taken to a hospital and underwent surgery. Police said the victim, a 27-year-old man, was in serious but stable condition last Thursday.
Police said the detective team still has not determined what motivated the gun violence and are seeking additional information from citizens who may have knowledge. Tips can be made anonymously to Madison Area Crime Stoppers at 608-266-6014. Callers may be eligible for up to a $1,000 reward. �