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May 15, 2014:  Daily News Release

The following incidents occurred on May 14, 2014:

Driver License Violation:
At 2:35 A.M., Timothy J. Schwarz, 28, of Brodhead, was stopped for a traffic violation in the W2900 Block of STH 11, in the Town of Jefferson. Schwarz was subsequently cited for Operating after Suspension (3rd Offense) and No Proof of Insurance. Schwarz was released pending court.
Motor Vehicle Crash:
At 5:20 A.M., Deputies responded to the N9600 block of STH 69, in New Glarus Township, for a car vs. deer crash. Daniel M Nordness, 53, New Glarus, was northbound when a deer entered the roadway and collided with his vehicle. Nordness reported wearing his seatbelt and was uninjured. There was no airbag deployment. The vehicle sustained moderate front driver's side damage and was driven from the scene.
Motor Vehicle Crash:
At 5:34 A.M., Deputies responded to a vehicle vs. deer crash that occurred in the N5400 block of CTH J, Washington Township. William R. Rufi, 46, of Argyle, was southbound when a deer entered the roadway and collided with his vehicle. The vehicle sustained moderate damage, without airbag deployment. The vehicle was driven from the scene. Rufi advised he was wearing his safety belt and was uninjured.
Driver's License Violation:
At 6:36 A.M., Deputies stopped a vehicle for a moving violation in the W5000 block of STH 11, Monroe Township. Mario M. Deleon Depaz, 44, of Beloit, was cited for 2nd Offense Operating Without a Valid Driver's License (Criminal). He was released pending court.
Motor Vehicle Crash:
At 7:58 P.M., David R. Jeans, 51, of Evansville, was eastbound on Dunphy Road, .5 mile east of Edmunds Road (Albany Township) when he collided with a deer. Jeans was not injured in the crash and was wearing his seat belt. The air bags did not deploy in the vehicle. Jeans had minor damage to his vehicle and he was able to drive it from the scene.
Submitted by:
Robert A. Werren Sr.
Patrol Sergeant #8
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