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September 01, 2013:  Daily News Release

The following incidents occurred on August 31, 2013:

MVC – OWI Arrest:
At 2:49 A.M., Deputies responded to the N9200 block of STH 78, Town of York, for a motor vehicle crash. Investigation revealed Ian R. Sigg, age 21, of Hollandale, was northbound on STH 78 when he entered the gravel shoulder and lost control of his vehicle. The vehicle traveled down over an embankment where it overturned before coming to rest on its tires. Sigg sustained injuries as a result of the crash, but refused medical treatment on scene. Sigg reported seatbelt usage. The vehicle sustained very severe damage, with no airbag deployment, and was towed from the scene. Sigg was arrested for 1st Offense Operating While Under the Influence of Intoxicants and cited for Too Fast for Conditions. Sigg was released pending court.
MV Crash:
At 12:27 A.M., Deputies were dispatched to a vehicle accident that occurred on Vogel Road, west of CTH N, Monroe Township. Investigation revealed that a pickup truck, driven by Tyler J. Roberts, 20, of Monroe, was traveling west on Vogel Road when he veered off the north side of the roadway and sideswiped a tree. Roberts was not injured in the accident and was wearing a seat belt. The driver's airbag on the pickup was deployed. Roberts' pickup sustained moderate to severe damage and was driven from the scene.
Domestic Dispute:
At 8:48 P.M., Deputies responded to a residence in the N7900 High Prairie Lane, in New Glarus Township, for a domestic incident. James E. Truesdill, 37, New Glarus, was arrested on charges of Disorderly Conduct, Criminal Damage to Property, Resisting/Obstructing Police, and Battery to a Police Officer - Felony. Truesdill will be held without bond pending an initial court appearance.
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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