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August 24, 2013:  Daily News Release

The following incidents occurred on August 23, 2013: 

OWI Arrest:
At 2:12 a.m., Valerie A. Reichling, 30, Monroe, was arrested for Operating with a Suspended Driver's License, Open Intoxicants in a Motor Vehicle, and Operating While Under the Influence of an Alcoholic Beverage (3rd Offense) on STH 69 at STH 11 in the Town of Monroe. Reichling was jailed pending court.
 
MV Crash:
At 6:56 p.m., Deputies responded to STH 59 and Meyers Road, in the Town of Monroe, for a vehicle crash vs. deer. The driver, Michael D Buell, 53, of Monroe, was driving south on STH 59 north of Meyers Road when a deer crossed into the path of Buell’s vehicle. The deer struck the front end and then flipped up and into the windshield. Buell was wearing his seatbelt, was not injured, and the airbags did not deploy. The vehicle received moderate damage and was towed from the scene.
 
MV Crash:
At 7:48 p.m., Deputies responded to the W5600 block of CTH C, in the Town of Washington for a motor vehicle crash.  Adrial I Woodward, 22, of Oregon, was traveling east on CTH C when he looked down at a map and lost control of his vehicle. Woodward entered the north ditch line, where his car rolled over several times coming to rest on its wheels. Woodward was wearing his seatbelt, was not injured and the airbags did not deploy. Deputies were assisted at the scene by Monticello PD, Fire and Monroe EMS. Woodward was checked over by EMS, but refused transport. Woodward's vehicle sustained severe damages and was towed from the scene. Woodward was cited for Inattentive Driving, Failure to Maintain Control and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Woodward was released pending court.
 
Submitted by:
 
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”.
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