May 22, 2016:  Daily News Release

The following incidents were reported on Saturday, May 21, 2016:


At 12:53 p.m., Deputies responded to the W100 block of King Road, in the Town of Brooklyn, for a burglary to a shed.  Between May 14th and May 21st, someone had entered the shed and took approximately $1,300.00 worth of power tools.  There are no suspects at this time and the investigation continues.  Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Green County CrimeStoppers @ 1-800-I-C-CRIME.

Motor Vehicle Crash – Injury:

At 2:34 p.m., Deputies, along with Monticello Fire and Green County EMS, responded to a one-vehicle crash on CTH N, near Tucker Road, Town of Washington.  Dean R. Baumgartner, 64, of Monroe, was northbound on CTH N when he lost control while negotiating a curve.  Baumgartner went left of center and traveled down an embankment, where his vehicle collided with a utility pole.

Baumgartner sustained injuries from the crash and was transported by Green County EMS to an area hospital. Baumgartner was secured in the vehicle with a shoulder restraint via powered wheel chair, and the airbags did deploy.  The vehicle sustained moderate damage and was towed from the scene.  Alliant Energy responded and assisted at the scene.

Motor Vehicle Crash – Injury:

At 4:12 p.m., Deputies, along with the Monroe Police Department, Monroe Fire Department, and Green County EMS, responded to the N3900 block of STH 69, in the Town of Monroe, for a two-vehicle crash with injuries.

Beth A. Carlson, 52, of Clinton, IA, was southbound when she fell asleep and crossed into the northbound lane. Carlson's vehicle then struck a northbound vehicle operated by Scott A Berry, 40, of New Glarus.

Carlson and her passenger, Katelyn G Border, 14, of Orion, IL, reported wearing their seatbelts, and complained of injuries.  Carlson was transported to an area hospital by Green County EMS.  Border was transported to an area hospital by private vehicle. There was no airbag deployment in Carlsons vehicle, and her vehicle sustained severe front-end and driver's side damage, and was towed from the scene.

Berry and his passengers, Westyn S. Berry, 8, and Abygayle A. Bourne, 6, both of New Glarus, were reported to have been properly restrained, but complained of injuries.  The Berry’s and Bourne were transported to an area hospital by Green County EMS.  There was no airbag deployment.  The vehicle sustained severe driver's side damage and was towed from the scene.

Carlson was cited for Operating Left of Center and was released pending a court appearance.

Patrol Deputy Dani M. Jackson #12

Green County Sheriff’s Office

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