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March 31, 2013:  Daily News Release

The following incidents occurred on March 30, 2013: 

OWI/Drug/Alcohol Violations:
At 12:43 a.m., Green County Deputies stopped Amanda K. Meighan, age 20, of Monroe, for speeding on STH 69, north of Hill Lane, in the Town of Monroe. Amanda's passengers in the vehicle were identified as Taylor R. Grinnell, age 18, of Belleville, Mitchell R. Haug, age 17, of Monroe, and Brenton C. Hodapp, age 20, of Monticello. During the investigation, Mitchell was cited for Possession of Drug Pparaphernalia and Underage Consumption of Alcohol (1st). Mitchell was also arrested, booked and released for Possession of Synthetic Cannabinoids. Taylor was cited for Underage Consumption of Alcohol (2nd). Brenton was cited for Underage Consumption of Alcohol (1st).  Amanda was arrested for Operating While Under the Influence (1st) and cited for Speeding and Driver in Possession of Open Intoxicants. All were released pending court.  Monroe K-9 Unit assisted at the scene.
MV Crash:
At 3:29 p.m., Larry A. Alderman, 63, Freeport, was traveling northbound in the N300 block of STH 69, in the Town of Clarno, when a deer collided with his vehicle. The driver and a passenger, Karen S. Alderman, 62, Freeport, reported injuries, but declined medical attention at the scene. The occupants were wearing seatbelts and there was no airbag deployment. The car received moderate damage and was left at the scene to be moved later by family members.
At 3:53 p.m., Deputies responded to the N5500 block of Advance Road, Clarno Township, for damage to a farm field. It was determined that a motor vehicle had damaged the field and became stuck in the mud. The operator, Daniel A. Scofield, 18, Brodhead, was issued a County Ordinance citation for Malicious Destruction of Property and released pending court.
Submitted by:
Sgt. Robert A. Werren Sr.
“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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