Minnesota man climbs Wis. Capitol, breaks in

Madison police say Andrew C. Bishop, 21, of Roseville, scaled up the outside of the Wisconsin state Capitol building, smashed a fifth-floor window and used a fire extinguisher to smash another, the Wisconsin State Journal reports. Police found Bishop, who they said was intoxicated, passed out on a dome. He's been charged with felony criminal damage.
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Madison police say Andrew C. Bishop, 21, of Roseville, scaled up the outside of the Wisconsin state Capitol building, smashed a fifth-floor window and used a fire extinguisher to smash another, the Wisconsin State Journal reports. Police found Bishop, who they said was intoxicated, passed out on a dome. He's been charged with felony criminal damage.

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