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August 19, 2013:  Daily News Release

The following incident occurred on August 17, 2013: 

Vehicle vs. Dog Crash:
At 11:32 P.M., Deputies responded to the W500 block of STH 59, Town of Albany, for a vehicle vs. dog crash. 
Investigation revealed Brendon T. Campbell, age 22, of Albany, was westbound when he struck a dog that was in the road. Campbell was wearing his seatbelt and was not injured. The vehicle sustained minor damage, without airbag deployment, and was driven from the scene. The owner of the walker coon hound was on scene and reported he had been raccoon hunting when the dog entered the roadway. The dog did not survive the crash.
 
The following incidents occurred on August 18, 2013:
 
Traffic Crime:
At 4:30 P.M., Donovan W. Peck, age 54, of Beloit, was cited for Speeding and Operating While Revoked following a stop in the W800 block of CTH E, Town of Decatur. He was released pending court.
 
Trespassing:
At 8:04 P.M., Deputies responded to a 911 call at a residence on Bethel Road, Town of Clarno. Investigation resulted in David Lee Webb, age 21, of rural Monroe, being cited for Trespassing.  He was released pending court.
 
Vehicle vs. Deer Crash:
At 8:33 P.M., Deputies responded to a vehicle vs. deer crash in the N8100 block of CTH X, Town of Brooklyn. Investigation revealed David L. Warner, age 75, of Cross Plains, was northbound on CTH X when a deer entered the roadway and collided with Warner’s vehicle. The collision caused moderate damage without deploying the airbags. The vehicle had to be towed from the scene. Warner reported seatbelt use and no injuries.
 
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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