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January 02, 2014:  Daily News Release

The following incidents occurred on January 1, 2014: 

Vehicle in the Ditch/Traffic Arrest:
At 12:15 A.M., Deputies responded to a vehicle in the ditch with no damage on STH 81 at CTH Y, Town of Monroe. Investigation resulted in the driver, Dannielle S. Kammerude, age 25, of Monroe,, being cited for Operating While Suspended. She was released pending court.
Snowmobile Crash:
At 2:27 A.M., Deputies were advised of a snowmobile crash with injuries that occurred on the public trail crossing at Ten Eyck Road, in the Town of Decatur. Investigation revealed Bradly A. Hayden, age 37, of Monroe, was operating his snowmobile on the public trail crossing at Ten Eyck Road when he hit a large drop off, damaging his sled and ejecting him from the sled.  Hayden was able to operate the sled to Brodhead, where he was then transported to the Monroe Clinic ER by private vehicle for treatment of injuries sustained in the crash. The snowmobile sustained moderate damage and Hayden had been wearing a helmet at the time of the crash.
Traffic Crash:
At 11:39 A.M., Deputies responded to a vehicle vs. guardrail crash in the W7700 block of CTH H, Town of York. Investigation revealed Xing Xing Wang, age 21, of West Lafayette, IN, was westbound on CTH H, lost control due to slippery road conditions and struck a guardrail end.  Wang was not injured and was wearing a seatbelt. The vehicle sustained moderate damage, with no airbag deployment, and was towed from the scene. There was no damage to the guardrail.
Vehicles in the Ditch:
Deputies responded to two separate reports of vehicles in the ditch in the Green County area. In each instance, there were no injuries or property damage.
GCSD Patrol Deputy Betsy A. Krantz #11

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