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April 05, 2013:  Daily News Release

The following incidents occurred on April 4, 2013: 

Alcohol Offense / Disorderly Conduct:
On 04-03-13 at 11:00 P.M., Deputies responded to the Monroe Clinic E.R. for an intoxicated 15-year-old male subject who had been dropped off by friends. It was learned the 15-year-old male had been consuming intoxicants at a location in the Town of New Glarus. The 15-year-old was cited for Underage Consumption and released to a responsible party. On 04-04-13 at 1:06 A.M., Deputies responded to the N3800 block of CTH N, Town of Monroe, for a physical altercation between three subjects. Investigation revealed the 15-year-old male had committed Battery against two adults. He was taken into custody by Sheriff’s Deputies. Juvenile Intake was contacted and he was ultimately turned over to their custody.
 
Traffic Crash:
At 9:11 A.M., Deputies responded to the N700 block of CTH T, Town of Spring Grove, for a motor vehicle crash. Investigation revealed Nicholas M. Rousseau, age 19, of Davis, IL, was attempting to negotiate a curve when he lost control of the vehicle and struck a guardrail face. Rousseau was not injured and reported seatbelt usage. The vehicle sustained severe damage with no airbag deployment. It was towed from the scene.
 
Vehicle vs. Deer Crash:
At 12:54 P.M., a Deputy responded to a vehicle vs. deer crash in the N9500 block of STH 69, Town of New Glarus. Investigation revealed Anna L. Frontz, age 50, of Monroe, was northbound when a deer collided with her vehicle. Frontz was not injured and reported seatbelt usage. The vehicle sustained moderate damage with airbag deployment. It was towed from the scene.
 
GCSD Patrol Deputy Betsy A. Krantz #11

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