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April 30, 2014:  Daily News Release

The following incidents occurred on April 29, 2014:

Motor Vehicle Crash:
At 7:40 A.M., Jason A. Thompson, 28, Brodhead, was stopped on STH 11/81, near the driveway in the W1500 Block, in the Town of Spring Grove, for a school bus displaying red flashing lights and a stop sign extended. Thompson’s vehicle was rear-ended by a vehicle driven by Daniel P. Pernot, 24, Janesville. Both drivers were uninjured, both were wearing seatbelts and neither airbag deployed. Pernot's vehicle sustained moderate damage and was towed from the scene. Thompson's vehicle sustained minor damage and was driven from the scene. Pernot will be cited for Inattentive Driving.
 
Motor Vehicle Crash:
AT 5:30 P.M., Deputies responded to the N9500 block of CTH O, in the Town of New Glarus, for a van versus deer crash. A van driven by Christopher G. Clerkin, 34, Dodgeville,  was going northbound when a deer collided with his vehicle. Clerkin was not injured and was wearing a seatbelt. There was no airbag deployment. The van received moderate damage and was driven from the scene by the driver.
 
Driver’s License Violation:
At 6:49 P.M., Deputies stopped a vehicle driven by Jonathan R. Leverton Duerst, 21, of New Glarus, for speeding in the N9000 Block of STH 69, in the Town of New Glarus. Duerst was issued citations for Speeding and for 4th Offense Operate with a Revoked Driver’s License.  Duerst was released pending court.
 
Motor Vehicle Crash:
At 9:14 P.M., Deputies responded to a motor vehicle crash on STH 81, .8 east of Trotter Road, in Adams Township. Nathaniel D. Loyd, 19, of Mt. Horeb, was westbound on STH 81 when he collided with a deer. Loyd was not injured, his seatbelt was used, and there was no air bag deployment. The vehicle sustained severe damage and was towed from the scene.
 
Submitted by:
 
Robert A. Werren Sr.
Patrol Sergeant #8
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