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May 24, 2014:  Daily News Release

The following incidents occurred 23 May2014:

At 1:51 AM Deputies made contact with a group of people at the Decatur Lake boat landing in the W700 block of Golf Course Road, Town of Decatur. Investigation resulted in Seth M. Olin 18, of Juda being arrested for Possession of Hashish and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Olin was jailed pending bond or court. Deputies cited, Bryce C. Zettle 20, of Juda and Tanner S. Cowan 16 of Janesville for underage alcohol consumption, both were released pending court. The Sheriff's Office K9 assisted with the investigation.
Motor Vehicle Crash
At 3:24 A.M. Deputies along with Brodhead Fire, EMS and Rock County Sheriff's Office responded to a one vehicle crash on STH 104 north of Borchardt Road, Town of Decatur. Investigation revealed that a vehicle operated by Britney M. Johnson 22, of Brodhead was southbound on STH 104 she fell asleep. Johnson’s vehicle entered the ditch, colliding with a driveway embankment went airborne, rolled over and came to rest on its roof. Johnson sustained injuries and was transported to Monroe ER; her seatbelt was used and the airbag did not deploy. The vehicle sustained severe overall damage and was towed from the scene.  Johnson was cited for Inattentive Driving and Failure to Maintain Control of a Vehicle. Johnson was released pending court. 
At 3:21 P.M. Deputies arrested Lonnie V. Kelley, 43, of Browntown at the Green County Justice Center on a Department of Corrections Warrant. Kelley was jailed.
Motor Vehicle Crash
At 7:36 P.M. Deputies were dispatched to the W5500 Block of CTH C in the Town of Washington for a mvc. Brenda Lawrence, 53, Downers Grove IL was traveling Westbound when she collided with deer in the roadway.  No injury, seatbelt worn, no airbag deployment and moderate damage to the m/v.  M/V was driven from the scene.
Submitted by
Robert A. Werren Sr.
Patrol Sergeant #8
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