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March 01, 2014:  Daily News Release

The following incidents occurred on February 28, 2014:

Drug/Narc:
At 4:22 PM, Deputies stopped a vehicle for a registration violation on CTH D, north of Willow Lane, in the Town of Exeter. Investigation resulted in the driver, Lucretia M. Sowell, 33, of Belleville, being arrested for Possession of Marijuana (2nd Offense) and she was cited for Operating While Suspended. Sowell was jailed pending court.   The passenger/owner of the vehicle, Timothy L. Taylor, 42, of Belleville, was arrested for Receiving Stolen Property, he was cited for Non-Registration of an Auto and Transferee Fail to Apply for Title. Taylor was jailed pending bond or court. Belleville Police and the Sheriff's Department K-9 Ike assisted with the traffic stop.
 
Motor Vehicle Crash:
At 6:42 PM, Deputies responded to STH 11, east of STH 59, in the Town of Monroe for a motor vehicle crash. Nicole R. Haberman, 36, of Brodhead, collided with a deer in the roadway. Haberman was not injured, was wearing her seatbelt, and the airbags did not deploy. The vehicle had minor front-end damage and was driven from the scene.
 
Motor Vehicle Crash:
At 10:09 PM, Deputies responded to a motor vehicle crash on STH 92, near Blazer Road, Town of Exeter. Jeffrey A. Morris, 65, of Belleville, was eastbound on STH 92 when he lost control on the snow-covered roadway. Morris entered the ditch, colliding with a utility pole.  Morris was not injured, his seatbelt was used, and the airbag did not deploy. The vehicle sustained moderate, driver's side damage and was towed from the scene.  Morris was cited for Failure to Maintain Control of a Motor Vehicle and released pending court.
 
Submitted by:
 
Sgt. Robert A. Werren Sr.
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