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June 09, 2014:  Daily News Release

The following incidents occurred June 8, 2014:

Motor Vehicle Crash:
At 12:41 A.M., Deputies were dispatched to investigate a truck/deer accident that occurred on West River Road, north of Lincicum Road, Cadiz Township.   Investigation revealed that a pickup truck, driven by James R. Stauffer, 45, of Browntown, was traveling north on West River Road when a deer ran into the roadway and collided with his truck. Stauffer struck and killed the deer and was not injured in the accident. Stauffer was wearing a seat belt and no air bags were deployed in his vehicle. Stauffer's pickup truck sustained moderate damage and was driven from the scene.
Domestic Dispute:
At 5:28 P.M., Deputies investigated a Domestic Dispute at a residence on STH 59 (Sylvester Township). Investigation resulted in the arrest of George D. Mosley, 27, Monroe, on charges of Disorderly Conduct, Battery Strangulation, and False Imprisonment. Mosley is being held at the Green County Jail pending court.
Motor Vehicle Crash:
At 9:48 P.M., Deputies responded to the W5200 block of Allison Road, in Washington Township, for a two-vehicle collision.   Investigation revealed that a truck operated by David J. Lehr, 53, of Monticello, stopped to assist a motorist in the above location that had become partially stuck in the north ditch while performing a turning maneuver. A car, driven by Brent Charles Strohrigl, 22, of Janesville, had become stuck in the ditch when attempting a Y-Turn maneuver. As Lehr attempted to assist Strohrigl, Strohrigl accelerated too harshly from the ditch, colliding with the driver's side of Lehr's vehicle.  Stemming from the impact, Strohrigl's vehicle sustained moderate damage to the rear and rear passenger sides, with no airbag deployment, and was removed from the scene. Lehr's vehicle sustained moderate driver's side damage, no airbag deployment, and was driven from the scene. Strohrigl was subsequently cited for No Insurance, Unsafe Backing, and Operate Motor Vehicle by Permittee During Dark Without Instructor. Strohrigl was released with his citations pending court. No injuries were reported by either subjects’ passengers.
Submitted by:
Robert A. Werren Sr.
Patrol Sergeant #8
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