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November 27, 2013:  Daily News Release

The following incidents occurred on November 25, 2013:

MV Crash:

At 11:44 a.m., Deputies responded to a motor vehicle crash at the intersection of Fox Valley Road, at Clark Road, in Cadiz Township.  Kevin B. Babler, 30, from South Wayne, was eastbound on Fox Valley Road when a Cadiz Township snow plow slid through the intersection on Clark Road into his path while plowing snow.  Babler had moderate damage to his milk truck and drove the vehicle from the scene.  The Cadiz Township snow plow was operated by Warren Dean Schneeberger, 68, from Browntown.  Neither subject was injured and reported that they were wearing seatbelts.  The vehicles were not equipped with air bags.  There was minor damage to the snowplow.  The plow truck was also driven from the scene.

 

The following incidents occurred on November 26, 2013:

 

Traffic Arrest:

At 4:15 a.m., Nicole L. Harding, age 38, of Brodhead, was cited for Operating After Suspension on CTH EE, at Trumpy Road, in the Town of Mount Pleasant.  Harding was released pending court.

 

MV Crash:

At 5:43 a.m., Deputies responded to a truck vs. deer crash on STH 11, near Balls Mill Road, in the Town of Sylvester.  At about 5:00 a.m., Jon D. Olson, age 41, of Monroe, was traveling east on STH 11, east of Balls Mill Road, when a deer collided with the front of his truck.  Jon reported wearing his seatbelt and was not injured in the collision. Jon's motor vehicle sustained severe damage to the front bumper. There was no airbag deployment. Jon was able to drive the truck from the scene.

 

MV Crash:

At 5:58 a.m., Sara J. Scace, 25, Monroe, was traveling westbound on Town Center Road, east of STH 69, in the Town of Clarno, when she lost control of her motor vehicle.  The vehicle went off the roadway on the south side, up an embankment, drove over a small tree and came to a stop.  There was no injury, the seatbelt was used, there was no airbag deployment, and minor vehicle damage.  The vehicle was driven from the scene. Contributing factor was the ice-covered roadway.

 

MV Crash:

At 7:47 a.m., Deputies responded to High School Road, east of STH 11, Town of Jefferson,  for a single vehicle crash with no injuries. Vincent R Waelti, 16, Monroe, stated he was traveling east on High School Road when a white-colored dually truck traveling the other way took up most of the roadway. Waelti stated he moved off to the right hand side and lost control of the vehicle. The motor vehicle spun around into the northside ditch and struck a tree. Waelti was wearing a seat belt, was not injured and the airbag did not deploy.   The vehicle sustained moderate rear-passenger-side damage and was driven from the scene.

 

MV Crash:

At 11:14 a.m., Deputies responded to a motor vehicle crash with no injuries, reported in the N3900 block of Park Road in Decatur Township.  Nancy S. Blakslee, 81, from Brodhead, was northbound on Park Road and lost control on the snow-covered roadway.  The vehicle left the west side of the road and overturned.   Blakslee was wearing a seatbelt and there was no airbag deployment.  Blakslee sustained an injury and was transported to the Monroe Clinic ER.   Her vehicle was towed from the scene.

 

MV Crash:

At 5:23 p.m., Deputies responded to a car vs. deer accident that occurred in the N2400 block of Bethel Road, Clarno Township. Michael J. Chapman, 36, of Monroe, was traveling north on Bethel Road when a deer entered the roadway and collided with his motor vehicle. Chapman advised he was wearing his seatbelt and not injured. There was no airbag deployment in the vehicle. The vehicle sustained moderate front-end damage and was driven from the scene.

 

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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