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February 11, 2013:  Daily News Release
The following incidents occurred on February 10, 2013:
MV Crash:
At 2:58 a.m., Deputies were dispatched to a motor vehicle rollover in the W8100 block of STH 81, in Jordan Township. Deputies arrived and found a Chevy truck on its passenger side on the north side of the roadway.  The occupants of the vehicle fled the scene. It appears the truck was eastbound on STH 81 when it entered the south shoulder, overcorrected, and then crossed over the center line. The truck entered the north ditch line and overturned. It was determined the driver was Robert W. Huber, 21, from Monroe. Huber advised that he was wearing his seatbelt and sustained minor scratches and cuts, but did not seek medical attention. He also advised that he was alone in the vehicle at the time of the crash. There was no airbag deployment, and the vehicle sustained severe damage to all areas. The vehicle was towed from the scene. Huber will be cited for Failure of Operator to Notify Police of Accident and Driving Too Fast for Conditions.
MV Crash:
At 5:53 a.m., Green County Highway reported a motor vehicle crash on STH 11, at Richland Road.  A Chevy SUV was eastbound and lost control on the ice-covered roadway and spun and struck a Do Not Enter sign.   The occupants left the scene. The driver, Delyle R. Klassy, 30, Monroe, advised that she was driving the vehicle and that she had tapped the brakes and lost control on the ice-covered roadway. Klassy advised that she and her passenger were wearing their seatbelts and were uninjured. There was no airbag deployment. Klassy was issued a citation for Operating a Motor Vehicle Without Insurance.
Vehicles in Ditches:
Green County Deputies responded to four reports of vehicles in the ditch throughout the Green County area. In each instance, there were no injuries or damages reported.
Submitted by:
Sgt. Robert A. Werren Sr.
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