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February 11, 2014:  Daily News Release

The following incident occurred on February 9, 2014:

OWI / Warrant / Drug:
At 11:57 p.m., Deputies were dispatched to STH 104, north of Atkinson Road, in the Town of Albany, for a report of a motor vehicle in the ditch. The operator, Londa Layne Moldenhauer, 50, Brodhead, was arrested on two warrants; one issued by Dane County and one issued by Green County, both for OWI 3rd.   In addition to the warrants, Moldenhauer was arrested for 5th Offense Operate While under the Influence (Drug), Obstructing Police, Possession of Schedule IV Drug, and 2 counts of Bail Jumping.  Moldenhauer was jailed pending court; then transported to Dane County.
The following incidents occurred on February 10, 2014:
Traffic Arrest:
At 4:54 a.m., Angela M. Reilly, 39, of Belleville, was cited for Operate with a Revoked Driver’s License and Operating a Vehicle Without Insurance on STH 69 at 11th Avenue, New Glarus. Reilly was released pending court.
At 2:58 p.m., Deputies arrested Micki F. Nafzger, 19, of Juda, on a Department of Corrections Warrant at the Green County Justice Center. Nafzger was jailed.
At 4:30 p.m., Deputies arrested Jeremy A. Barnett-Diaz Jr., 18, Albany, at a residence on English Settlement Road, in Albany Township, on a Department of Corrections Warrant and a Rock County Warrant for 2 counts of Theft-Movable Property.   Barnett-Diaz remains jailed.
Motor Vehicle Crash:
At 6:37 p.m., Margaret H. Wenger, 73, of Monroe, reported she was eastbound on STH 11, east of Ullom Road (Cadiz Township), when she collided with a deer. Wenger was not injured in the crash and was wearing her seat belt. The air bags did not deploy in her vehicle. Wenger had minor damage to her vehicle and she was able to drive it from the scene.
Domestic Abuse:
At 6:58 p.m., Deputies responded to a disturbance at a residence in the Village of Juda. Investigation resulted in Scott H. West, 26, Juda, being arrested for Disorderly Conduct - Domestic Abuse. West was jailed pending court or cash bond.
Submitted by:
Sgt. Robert A. Werren Sr.
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