May 29, 2013: Daily News Release
The following incidents occurred on May 28, 2013:
At 10:06 a.m., Kurt T. Peterson, 25, of Darlington, was stopped for a traffic violation in the N5500 block of CTH N. Peterson was cited for Operating After Suspension and Failure to Fasten Safety Belt.
At 3:40 p.m., Deputies responded to a two-vehicle crash on Tunnel Road, at CTH CC, in the Town of Exeter. A vehicle driven by Alexander T. Reilly, 16, Brooklyn, was driving south on CTH CC, approaching the intersection with Tunnel Road. Another vehicle, driven by Dustin S. Ritschard, 22, of Monticello, was also driving south on CTH CC, behind Reilly. Reilly advised that he turned on his right turn signal and was going to turn west onto Tunnel, when he changed his mind at the last minute. Reilly then turned on his left turn signal and began to turn around at the intersection. Ritschard came up on Reilly as he started to turn right and then attempted to swerve as Reilly then began to turn left. Both vehicles made front-end contact. Reilly and Ritschard were not injured, were wearing their seatbelts. and the airbags did not deploy. Both vehicles received moderate front-end damage to them. Reilly was able to drive his vehicle from the scene, while Ritschard's vehicle was towed from the scene. Incident remains under investigation.
At 6:39 p.m., Deputies responded to a car vs. dog crash that occurred in the W1700 block of Brooklyn-Albany Road, Town of Brooklyn. Larry M. Foley, 43, of Monticello, was driving west on Brooklyn-Albany Road, when a large dog entered the roadway into the path of Foley. Foley struck and killed the dog. Foley made contact with the owner of the animal. Foley was not injured, was wearing a seatbelt, and the airbags did not deploy. Foley's vehicle received very minor front driver headlight damage and it was driven from the scene.
Patrol Sgt. Robert A. Werren Sr. #8
“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”.