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September 02, 2013:  Daily News Release

The following incidents occurred on Sunday, September 1, 2013:

 

MVC – Property Damage:

At 5:14 P.M., Deputies responded to a two-vehicle crash with property damage at the intersection of STH 59 and CTH FF, in the Town of Sylvester.  A vehicle driven by Carlie J. Peters, 17, Monroe, was driving east on CTH FF, approaching the intersection with STH 59.  Peters advised the vehicle’s brakes failed and she was unable to stop, entered the intersection and struck the rear driver side of a vehicle driving north on STH 59, driven by Robert E Spoerry, 84, Albany.  Peters and her passenger were not injured, were wearing their seatbelts, and the air bags did not deploy.  Spoerry was not injured, was wearing his seatbelt, and the airbags did not deploy.  Peters’ vehicle received moderate front-end damage and was towed from the scene. Spoerry's vehicle received minor damage and was driven from the scene.

 

DNR Violation:

At 8:27 P.M., Deputies responded to a late hunting complaint at the Decatur Lake boat landing in the Town of Decatur.  Investigation revealed that Tyler R Thostenson, 17, of Brodhead, shot and killed a Canadian Goose during closed hours, failed to validate his tag, possessed 2 (tw) lead shot shells while hunting migratory game birds, and did not have a federal waterfowl stamp.

 

The goose was seized as evidence and the DNR will be notified for further law enforcement action.

  

GCSD Patrol Deputy Dani M. Jackson #12

 

“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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