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March 05, 2014:  Daily News Release

The following incidents occurred on March 4, 2014: 

Arrest;
At 5:43 A.M., Green County Deputies and Brodhead Police responded to a disturbance at W683 Clarence Lane, Town of Spring Grove. Investigation in to the incident resulted in the arrest of Amberlynn J. Johnson, age 37, of Brodhead, for Felony Bail Jumping, Domestic Abuse Related Disorderly Conduct while Armed, Criminal Damage to Property and Criminal Trespassing. She was confined at the Green County Jail pending court.
 
Warrant Arrest:
At 10:59 A.M., Deputies responded to the Green County Justice Center and placed Donald G. Bornemeier, age 33, of Monroe, under arrest for a warrant for Failure to Support. He was confined at the Green County Jail.
 
Traffic Crash:
At 5:37 P.M., Deputies responded to the N5000 block of Dutch Hollow Road, Town of Mount Pleasant, for a motor vehicle crash. Investigation revealed that Emily M. Rush, age 30, of Monticello, was northbound on Dutch Hollow Road when her vehicle started to slide on the snow-covered road.  Her vehicle collided with a southbound vehicle operated by Ryan L. Schutte, age 41, of Monroe. There were no injuries reported and all occupants were properly restrained. Both vehicles sustained moderate damage, with no airbag deployment, and were driven from the scene.  Rush was cited for No Insurance and was released pending court.
 
Vehicle vs. Deer Crash:
At 7:26 P.M., a Deputy responded to a vehicle vs. deer crash in the W4900 block of STH 11, Town of Monroe. Investigation revealed Doris A Putney, age 70, of Brodhead, was eastbound on STH 11 when a deer entered the roadway and collided with her vehicle. Putney was not injured and was wearing a seatbelt. Her vehicle sustained moderate damage, with no airbag deployment, and was driven from the scene.
 
Vehicles in the Ditch:
Deputies responded to five separate reports of vehicles in the ditch. In each instance, there were no injuries or damages reported.

GCSD Patrol Deputy Betsy A. Krantz #11

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