July 25, 2014: Daily News Release
The following incidents occurred on July 24, 2014:
Operate Under the Influence:
At 2:16 A.M., Deputies responded to the N7600 block of STH 69, Town of New Glarus, for a report of a disabled vehicle and a male subject walking southbound away from the vehicle. Deputies made contact with Robert A. Geyer, age 41, of Monroe. Investigation resulted with Geyer being arrested for 2nd Offense Operating While Intoxicated - Drug Related. He was jailed pending 12 hours or release to a responsible party. Monticello Police assisted with the case.
Motor Vehicle Crash:
At 11:03 A.M., Green County Deputies, the Belleville Police Department, the New Glarus Police Department, Belleville Fire/First Response and Belleville EMS responded to a single vehicle rollover on in the N9100 block of STH 92, in the Town of Exeter. The investigation revealed Lukas Adler Diaz, age 16, of rural Belleville, was travelling north on STH 92 when he became distracted by a piece of paper flying around inside the vehicle. The vehicle left the roadway, Diaz overcorrected and lost control. The vehicle overturned and came to rest on its top. Diaz had to be extricated from the vehicle. He was transported to a Madison area hospital for injuries sustained in the crash. There was no airbag deployment and Diaz had been wearing a seatbelt. The vehicle sustained severe damage and was towed from the scene.
Golf Cart Crash:
At 3:32 P.M., Deputies, New Glarus Police, New Glarus EMS and New Glarus Fire responded to the New Glarus Branch of the Monroe Clinic for three juveniles that were involved in a golf cart crash that occurred on private property in the W5400 block of Windmill Ridge Road, Town of New Glarus. Investigation revealed a 13-year-old female was operating a golf cart at a high rate of speed downhill, westbound on Windmill Ridge Road, when the golf cart began to swerve. The driver overcorrected, causing the golf cart to go airborne and then land on its side. The golf cart slid approximately 100 feet on its side, overturned and went airborne again, before coming to rest on its roof. The 13-year-old female was transported by Med Flight for treatment of injuries. Her two passengers, a 14-year-old male and a 14-year-old female, were transported by ambulance for treatment of injuries.
OIC Night Shift Patrol Deputy Betsy A. Krantz #11
Green County Sheriff’s Office