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May 05, 2014:  Daily News Release

The following incidents occurred May 4, 2014:

Domestic Dispute:
At 11:33 A.M., Deputies investigated a report of a Domestic, which occurred the prior evening at a field party in the Town of Decatur. Investigation resulted in the arrest of Mason T. Obermann, 18, of Brodhead, on charges of Substantial Battery and Disorderly Conduct. Obermann was jailed pending court.
 
Driver’s License Violation:
At 12:24 P.M., Deputies cited Lindsay N. Gillen, 30, Monroe, for Speeding and 1st Offense Operate with a Suspended Driver’s License on CTH N,  in the N7300 Block, in the Town of Monroe. Gillen was released pending court.
 
Motor Vehicle Crash:
At 5:18 P.M., Deputies responded to the W1600 block of Mortensen Road, in the Town of Brooklyn, for a car versus deer crash. Hailey J. Ruland, 22, Brooklyn, was going eastbound when a deer ran into her vehicle. The driver was not injured and was wearing a seatbelt. There was no airbag deployment. The car received moderate damage and was driven from the scene by the operator.
 
Driver’s License Violation:
At 5:49 P.M., Deputies stopped and cited Benjamin R. Normington, 28, of Brodhead, for Operating with No Valid License on STH 11, near CTH S, Town of Sylvester. Normington was released pending court.
 
Motor Vehicle Crash:
At 10:11 P.M., Deputies responded to a car vs. deer accident that occurred in the W9300 block of STH 39, York Township. Steven L. Barber, 67, Monticello, was traveling east on STH 39 when a deer entered the roadway and collided with his vehicle. Barber and passenger advised they were not injured and were wearing their seatbelts. There was no airbag deployment in the vehicle. The vehicle sustained moderate front passenger side damage and was driven from the scene.
 
Submitted by:
 
Robert A. Werren Sr.
Patrol Sergeant #8
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