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March 15, 2014:  Daily News Release

The following incidents occurred on March 14, 2014:

Domestic Dispute:
At 1:02 A.M., Deputies and Monticello Police responded to a residence in the Village of New Glarus, for a domestic disturbance. Investigation resulted in the arrest of Jason R. Quintero, age 40, of Monticello, for domestic-related charges of Disorderly Conduct, Criminal Damage to Property, Felony Bail Jumping, Misdemeanor Bail Jumping and  Resisting Arrest. He was jailed pending court.
At 5:02 A.M., Green County Deputies responded to an intruder at a business on Coplien Road, Town of Monroe. Keith S. Spring, age 31, of Monroe, was arrested for Criminal Trespassing and Criminal Damage to Property. Spring had forced entry and passed out on the couch in the business. Spring was jailed pending court or posting of a cash bond.
Department of Corrections Warrant:
At 2:11 P.M., James E. Brumley, 32, of Blanchardville, was arrested on a Department of Corrections Probation and Parole Warrant at the Green County Justice Center. Brumley was jailed.
Motor Vehicle Crash:
At 7:40 P.M., Deputies responded to the N5900 block of STH 69, in the Town of Mount Pleasant, for a two-vehicle crash with no injuries. A car driven by Kelly E. Behring, 51, Monroe, was going southbound and started to slow down for a truck that was pulling a trailer and driving slowly. A car, being driven by Ellen E. Stichert, 22, Chili, WI, was going southbound on STH 69. Stichert had looked down and when she looked up, she noticed Behring's car was slowing down. Stichert's vehicle then collided with the back of Behring's vehicle. No one was injured and everyone was wearing seatbelts. There was no airbag deployment. Behring's vehicle had received minor damage and was driven from the scene by the operator. Stichert's vehicle received moderate damage and was towed from the scene.
Submitted by:
Sgt. Robert A. Werren Sr.
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