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November 23, 2013:  Daily News Release

The following incidents occurred on Tuesday, November 22, 2013:

MV Crash:

At 6:45 A.M., Deputies responded to the location of CTH C, .75 mile west of Rat Hollow Road, in Adams Township, for a motor vehicle crash with no injuries. Investigation revealed Amber J. Dammen, 17, of Argyle, was traveling west on CTH C when she lost control of her vehicle due to icy conditions on the curve and struck a telephone box.  Dammen was wearing a seat belt, the airbag did not deploy, and she reported no injuries.  The vehicle sustained moderate front-end and driver-side damage and was towed from the scene.   Dammen was warned for Going Too fast for conditions.

MV Crash – Car vs. Deer:

At 12:33 P.M., Deputies were dispatched to a pickup truck vs. deer crash that occurred on STH 69, .4 mile north of Hefty Road, in Washington Township.  Investigation revealed that a pickup truck driven by Richard J. Coulthard, 42, of Belmont, was traveling south on STH 69 when a deer ran into the roadway and collided with the vehicle he was driving. Coulthard was not injured in the accident and was wearing a seat belt.  No air bags were deployed, there was moderate damage to the truck, and it was driven from the scene.

MV Crash – Car vs. Deer:

At 5:00 P.M., Deputies were dispatched to a car vs. deer crash that occurred in the N4600 block of STH 69 in Monroe Township.  Investigation revealed a car driven by Charlotte A. Nelson, 76, of Monroe, was traveling south when a deer ran into the roadway and collided with the vehicle she was driving.  Nelson was not injured in the accident and was wearing a seatbelt. There was no airbag deployment. The vehicle received moderate damage and was driven from the scene.

 

GCSD Patrol Deputy Cody J. Robertson #27

 

“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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