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February 05, 2014:  Daily News Release

The following incidents occurred on February 4, 2014: 

Drug Arrest:
At 3:41 A.M., Deputies stopped a vehicle on STH 69 and Lake Avenue, in the Village of Monticello. An investigation resulted in the arrest of Steven S. Quam, age 22, of Madison, for Possession of THC with the Intent to Deliver and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Quam was also cited for Failing to Stop at a stop sign and Non-registration of an Automobile. Passenger Skylar C. Mineau, age 19, of Madison, was arrested for Possession of THC with the Intent to Deliver and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Passenger Alex K. Bullard, age 26, of Madison, was arrested for Possession of THC with the Intent to Deliver, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Possession of Ecstasy. All subjects were jailed pending court. The Monroe Police Department K-9 unit assisted with the case.
Traffic Crash:
At 8:09 A.M., Deputies responded to a motor vehicle crash in the W9300 block of Rat Hollow Road, Town of Adams. Investigation revealed Julie E. Taylor, age 53, of rural Argyle, was eastbound on Rat Hollow Road when she reported she was forced off the roadway by a vehicle pulling out of a driveway. Taylor swerved and entered the ditch on the north side of the roadway. Taylor sustained injuries, but refused medical treatment at the scene. Taylor reported wearing a seat belt and no air bags were deployed on her vehicle. The vehicle was pulled out of the ditch by a private party and was driven from the scene. Her vehicle sustained moderate damage. The investigation continues.
Traffic Crash:
At 9:58 A.M., Deputies responded to the N3400 block of STH 59, Town of Sylvester, for a jack-knifed semi. Investigation revealed Juan Luis Cruz, age 29, of Delavan, was eastbound on STH 59 when the tanker trailer of the semi unit left the roadway. This caused the tanker to drag the unit into the shoulder, where it jack-knifed and came to rest. The unit sustained minor damage and was removed from the ditch by a tow service. Cruz was not injured, was wearing his seatbelt, and there was no airbag deployment. 

GCSD Patrol Deputy Betsy A. Krantz #11

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