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June 29, 2014:  Daily News Release

The following incidents occurred on June 28, 2014:

Warrant Arrest:

At 11:24 AM, Deputies conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle for speeding in the W6900 block of STH 11, Cadiz Township. Investigation resulted with Alex J, Meives, 29, of Browntown, being arrested for a warrant issued by Probation and Parole. Meives was also cited for Speeding.

Traffic Arrest:

At 7:44 PM, Deputies stopped a vehicle for speeding on STH 69 and Gutzmer Road, Washington Township. Investigation resulted with the following actions taken:

Randy J. Wehe, 23, of Gratiot, was cited for Operating While Suspended and Speeding.

Marie L. Carpenter, 25, of Gratiot, cited for No Insurance on a Motor Vehicle.

Chelsea R. Knell, 24, of Monroe, cited for Failure to Wear a Safety Belt.

Bryn S. Wehe, 24, of Gratiot, was cited for Faiure to Wear a Safety Belt. Bryan was also arrested for Misdemeanor Theft and Bail Jumping, stemming from another case earlier in the week.

Car Vs. Deer Crash:

At 8:19 PM, Deputies responded N9600 block of STH 69, New Glarus Township, for a one-vehicle vs. deer crash. Kimberly A. Volk, 39, of Verona, was travelling northbound when a deer entered the roadway and collided with her vehicle. The vehicle received moderate damage without airbag deployment. The vehicle was driven from the scene. Volk and her passengers were all wearing safety belts and were uninjured.

Car Vs. Deer Crash:

At 9:37 PM, Deputies responded to the W1700 block of STH 11, Spring Grove Township, for a two-vehicle vs. deer crash. Steve L. Harry, 58, of Brodhead, was eastbound when he struck a deer. Steve’s vehicle sustained moderate damage without airbag deployment. Steve was wearing his safety belt, and was uninjured.

Joseph R. Erschen, 65, of East Dubuque, IL, was westbound and struck the same deer. Erschen’s vehicle sustained moderate damage without airbag deployment. Joseph and his passengers were wearing their safety belts, and were uninjured.

Both vehicles were driven from the scene.

Submitted by:

Patrol Deputy Andrew T. Kulas #17

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