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December 01, 2013:  Daily News release

The following incidents occurred on November 30, 2013:

MV Crash:

At 10:55 AM Deputies responded to a one-vehicle crash vs. deer in the N3400 block of STH 81, in the Town of Monroe.   A vehicle driven by Charmel R. Sutter, 57, of rural Monroe, was traveling westbound on STH 81 when a deer ran into the path of Sutter.  Sutter was not injured, was wearing her seatbelt and the airbags did not deploy.  Sutter’s vehicle received moderate damage to it and was driven from the scene.  The deer fled the scene and could not be located.

MV Crash:

At 4:46 PM, Deputies responded to a one-vehicle crash vs. deer in the N2400 block of Bethel Road, in the Town of Monroe.  A vehicle driven by Tiffany J. Golackson, 21, of rural Monroe, was traveling east on Bethel Road when a deer ran into the path of Golackson’s vehicle.  Golackson was not injured, was wearing her seatbelt. and the airbags did not deploy.  Golackson’s vehicle received moderate front-end damage and was towed from the scene.  The deer was deceased at the scene.

MV Crash:

At 5:25 PM, Deputies responded to a one-vehicle crash vs. deer in the N4000 block of CTH J, in the Town of Monroe.  A vehicle driven by Megan A. Pehl, 25, of rural Monroe, was traveling north on CTH J when a deer ran into the path of Pehls’ vehicle.  Pehl was wearing her seatbelt and received a minor injury to her hand, which she declined medical treatment.   The airbags in Pehls’ vehicle did not deploy and there was minor damage to the front end of Pehl’s vehicle.  Pehl was able to drive the vehicle from the scene and the deer was deceased at the scene.

M V Crash:

 At 5:28 PM, Deputies responded to a one-vehicle crash vs. deer in the N8000 block of Smith Road, in the Town of Brooklyn.  A vehicle driven by Nathan W. Moore, 35, of rural Brooklyn, was traveling south on Smith Road when a deer ran into the path of Moore’s vehicle.  Moore was wearing his seatbelt, was not injured and the airbags did not deploy.  Moore’s vehicle received moderate front-end damage and was driven from the scene.  The deer fled the scene and could not be located.

MV Crash:

At 7:46 PM, Deputies, along with the Blanchardville Fire, EMS and Police Department, responded to the intersection of CTH H and Hay Hollow Road, in the Town of York, for a one-vehicle rollover with injuries.  Upon arrival, Deputies and emergency personnel found a 1997 Buick had struck a bridge guardrail on the south side of the intersection.  The vehicle had gone over the bridge rail and into the creek.  The driver of the vehicle, Evelyn R. Michel, 34, of Mineral Point, was driving west on CTH H, approaching the intersection with Hay Hollow Road, when she lost control, crossed over the center line, and struck the bridge rail.  Michel was extricated from the vehicle by Blanchardville Fire Dept. and was taken to UW-Hospital by UW Med Flight Helicopter for non-life-threatening injuries.  A juvenile passenger in the vehicle was able to get out before emergency personnel arrived at the scene.  The passenger was transported to UW-Hospital by Blanchardville EMS for non-life-threatening injuries.  Both Michel and her passenger were wearing their seatbelts at the time of the crash and the airbags did deploy.  The vehicle received severe damage to it and was towed from the scene.

Michel was arrested for OWI (3rd) Offense with a Passenger Under the Age of 16, Failure to Maintain Control of a Motor Vehicle and Operating left of Center Line.  Michel was given a future court date and was released.

MV CRASH:

At 10:52 PM, Deputies responded to the W3800 block of Middle Juda Road, in the Town of Jefferson, for a one-vehicle crash.  A vehicle driven by Briyanna A. Gburzynski, 19, of Brodhead, was driving east on Middle Juda Road when Gburzynski swerved to avoid striking a deer that ran onto the road.  Gburzynski lost control of the vehicle, left the road, and traveled down an embankment on the south side of Middle Juda Road.  Gburzynski and a passenger were wearing their seatbelts, were not injured, and the airbags did deploy.  Gburzynski’s vehicle received minor damage to it and was left at the scene.

Deputy Charlie R Worm #13

“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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