December 22, 2015: Daily News Release
The following incidents occurred on December 21, 2015:
At 4:09 PM, Deputies stopped Leroy Chapman III, 20, of Antioch, IL, in the W2200 block of STH 11, Spring Grove Township, for a traffic violation. Investigation resulted in Chapman being arrested on two Kenosha Joint Services Warrants for Contempt of Court. Chapman was also cited for Operating After Driver’s License is Suspended and Speeding. Chapman was transported to Green County Jail pending bond or court.
Motor Vehicle Crash:
At 5:43 PM, Deputies responded to the intersection of STH 11 at CTH OK, Spring Grove Township, for a motor vehicle crash. Christopher R. Haffele, 39, of Brodhead, was traveling eastbound on STH 11 and starting to slow down, with his left turn signal activated to turn northbound on CTH OK, when a second vehicle operated by Kyle B. Steiner, 25, of Brodhead, was behind him and did not see him slowing down. Steiner rear-ended Haffele's vehicle. Both parties reported wearing their seatbelts, with no injuries. Haffele's vehicle did not have airbag deployment, but Steiner's vehicle did have airbag deployment. Haffele's vehicle sustained moderate rear-end damage. Steiner's vehicle sustained very severe front-end damage. Haffele drove his vehicle from the scene. Steiner's vehicle was towed from the scene. Steiner was cited for Operate after Driver’s License is Suspended, Operate without Insurance and Failure to Yield Right of Way and was released pending court.
Motor Vehicle Crash:
At 7:03 PM, Deputies responded to the N4400 block of CTH N, in the Town of Monroe, for a report of a motor vehicle crash. David J. Keegan, 16, of Monroe, was traveling southbound when he rear-ended a vehicle being driven by Jacob R. Kind, 17, of Monroe. Kind was not injured and reported wearing his seatbelt. Kind’s vehicle received minor damage, the air bag did not deploy, and the vehicle was driven from the scene. Keegan was not injured and reported wearing his seatbelt. Kegan’s vehicle received moderate damage, the air bag did not deploy, and the vehicle was towed from the scene.
Patrol Sergeant Robert A. Werren Sr.