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March 24, 2014:  Daily News Release

The following incidents occurred on March 23, 2014:

At 3:26 a.m., Brendon T. Campbell, age 22, of Albany, was stopped for speeding on STH 59, east of Ladwig Road, in the Town of Sylvester. Campbell was arrested for Operating While under the Influence, Operating with a Prohibited Alcohol Concentration and cited for Speeding and No Proof of Insurance. Campbell was released pending court.
Motor Vehicle Crash:
At 11:50 a.m., Kenneth R. Colden, 58, New Glarus, had been travelling east on CTH NN, west of STH 69, in the Town of New Glarus, when a deer collided with his vehicle. There were no injuries, his seatbelt was used and there was no airbag deployment. The vehicle sustained moderate front-end and front-right-quarter-panel damage and was driven from the scene.
Driver's License Violation:
At 7:15 p.m., Deputies stopped a vehicle for a traffic infraction in the W7000 block of STH 11, in Clarno Township. Enrique Alba, 36, of Darlington, was cited for Speeding, Operate a Motor Vehicle after Driver’s License is Suspended and No Proof of Insurance. Alba was released pending court.
Motor Vehicle Crash:
At 10:07 p.m., Deputies, Browntown Fire Dept., and Monroe EMS responded to a one-vehicle crash on CTH M, at Hale Road, Town of Cadiz. Investigation revealed that a vehicle operated by Ricky B. Lenning, 40, of Winslow, IL, was southbound on CTH M. Lenning lost control while negotiating a curve, causing the vehicle to go off the road and collide with an embankment. Lenning sustained injuries and was transported by EMS to Monroe ER, his seatbelt was used, and the airbag did deploy. A passenger identified as Bobbie Jean Hardin, 38, of Winslow, IL,sustained injuries and was transported by EMS to Monroe ER. Hardin was wearing a seatbelt and her airbag deployed. The vehicle sustained moderate front-end damage and was towed from the scene. A contributing factor to the crash was speed.
Submitted by:
Robert A. Werren Sr.
Patrol Sergeant #8
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