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December 19, 2013:  Daily News Release

The following incidents occurred on December 18, 2013:

 
MV Crash:
At 5:14 a.m., I responded to the W4900 block of STH 11/81 eastbound lanes for a vehicle vs. deer crash. Investigation revealed Bradley R. Scott, age 42, of Brodhead, was eastbound on STH 11/81 when a deer entered the roadway and collided with his vehicle. Scott was not injured and was wearing a seatbelt. The vehicle sustained very minor damage, with no airbag deployment, and was driven from the scene.
 
MV Crash:
At 8:05 a.m., Deputies investigated a motor vehicle crash that occurred on Highpoint Road, .5 mile west of Church Road in Washington Township. Darrin D. Holcomb, 33, of Monticello, was westbound on Highpoint Road when a deer entered the road from the north and collided with the front passenger side of his truck, causing moderate damage to his vehicle. Holcomb advised he was not injured and he was wearing his seat belt at the time of the crash. The airbags did not deploy and Holcomb was able to drive the truck from the scene.
 
MV Crash:
At 8:37 p.m., Deputies responded to the W2000 block of Town Center Road, Spring Grove Township, for a motor vehicle crash. James A. Andrews, 53, Brodhead, was traveling east on Town Center Road when a deer entered the roadway and collided with his vehicle. Andrews reported he was wearing his seatbelt and was not injured. There was no airbag deployment in the vehicle. The vehicle sustained moderate front-end damage and was driven from the scene.
 
Submitted by:
 
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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