Not guilty plea entered for teen charged with hitting police squad car with metal rod
MADISON, Wis. – A not guilty plea was entered Wednesday for a teen accused of hitting a Madison Police Department squad car with a metal rod earlier this month.
Eva Phillips-Fondow faces six charges including disorderly conduct and attempted battery to a law enforcement officer.
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A criminal complaint alleges that the 17-year-old threw a candle at a squad car on December 6 before hitting the car with a footlong metal rod at least five or six times. She allegedly threw the rod at an officer after he exited the car and pointed a gun at her.
Phillips-Fondow’s bail was continued, and the trial will move forward.
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