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November 30, 2013:  Daily News Release

The following incidents occurred on November 29, 2013:

M/V Crash:

At 6:15 AM, Deputies responded to the N9400 block of STH 69, New Glarus Township, for a car vs. deer crash. Max Olesevich, 42, of Onalaska, was southbound when a deer entered the roadway and collided with his vehicle.  Olesevich was uninjured and was wearing his safety belt. The vehicle sustained moderate damage and was driven from the scene. The airbags did not deploy.

M/V Crash:

At 6:16 AM, Deputies responded to the N9400 block of STH 69, New Glarus Township, for a car vs. deer crash.  Tina J. Gensler, 40, of New Glarus, was southbound when she stuck a deer that was in the road from the previous crash.  Gensler advised she was wearing her safety belt and was uninjured. The vehicle sustained moderate damage and was towed from the scene.

Warrant Arrest:

At 10:53 AM, Deputies responded to the Probation/Parole Office at the Green County Justice Center for a warrant arrest.  Michael E. Hoffman, 27, of Monroe, was taken into custody on a warrant issued by the Department of Corrections for a probation violation. He was jailed pending court.

Domestic Abuse:

At 5:52 PM, Deputies responded to the W700 block of Atkinson Road, Albany Township, for a Domestic Abuse case. Edward R. McLain, 48, of Albany, was arrested for domestic-related Disorderly Conduct, Battery, Bail Jumping, and False Imprisonment. He was jailed pending court.

M/V Crash:

At 6:32 PM, Deputies responded to the W3000 block of Oliver Road, Mt. Pleasant Township, for a single vehicle crash.  Troy A. Gorr, 17, of rural Monroe, was eastbound when he lost control of his vehicle while negotiating a curve. The vehicle entered the south ditch and struck a tree. Gorr advised he was wearing his safety belt and received a very minor injury. The vehicle sustained severe damage and was towed from the scene.

Deputy Andrew T. Kulas #17

“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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