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March 11, 2013:  Daily News Release

The following incident occurred on March 9, 2013: 

Traffic Crash:
At 11:57 P.M., Deputies were dispatched to the intersection of STH 81 & CTH J, Town of Monroe, for a one-vehicle crash.  Investigation revealed Andrew E. Le, age 25, of Madison, was westbound when he lost control while attempting to complete a turn. The vehicle struck a guard rail, causing severe damage to the vehicle.  Le advised he was wearing his safety belt and was uninjured. The airbags were not deployed. Le will be cited for Too Fast for Conditions.
The following incidents occurred on March 10, 2013:
At 1:25 A.M., Deputies were dispatched to Sir Buk's Dance Club, W5222 CTH KK, Town of Monroe, for a fight in progress. As a result of the investigation, Brett C. Blankenhorn, age 21, of Winslow, IL, was cited for Disorderly Conduct and Battery.  He was released to a responsible party pending court. Monroe Police assisted at the scene.
Vehicle vs. Deer Crash:
At 7:23 A.M., a Deputy responded to the W1100 block of Decatur Road, Town of Decatur, for a vehicle vs. deer crash. Investigation revealed Andrea R. Smith, age 36, of Brodhead, was traveling on Decatur Road when a deer entered the roadway and collided with her vehicle. Smith was not injured, reported seatbelt usage and there was no airbag deployment. The vehicle sustained minor damage and was driven from the scene.
Operating Under the Influence / Bail Jumping:
At 8:43 P.M., a Deputy stopped a vehicle for a traffic infraction in the N3300 block of STH 69, Town of Monroe. As a result of the stop, Clark W. Schaller, age 24, of rural Monticello, was arrested for First Offense Operating While Under the Influence of a drug or drugs, Felony Bail Jumping and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
Schaller was jailed pending court. The Sheriff’s K9 Unit assisted at the scene.
GCSD Patrol Deputy Betsy A. Krantz #11

“Pursuant to the directive of the WI Supreme Court, Trial Publicity, you are advised that a charge is merely an accusation. A defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty”.

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