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December 24, 2016:  Daily News Release

The following incidents were reported on Friday, December 23rd, 2016:

OWI CRASH
 
At 5:11 AM, Deputies, along with Brodhead EMS and Brodhead PD, responded to the intersection of STH 11, at Brodhead Airport Road, in Decatur Township, for a report of a motor vehicle crash.
 
Madeline R. Taylor, 23, of Loves Park, IL, was arrested for Second Offense OMVWI and cited for Failure to Maintain Control. The vehicle she had been operating was eastbound on STH 11 and left the roadway, entering the snow-covered ditch. The vehicle then crossed over Brodhead Airport Road, where it struck a curb, went airborne, and overturned in the ditch, coming to rest on its wheels. The vehicle sustained severe damage with airbag deployment and was removed from the scene via tow. Taylor was the lone vehicle occupant, was properly restrained, and reported minor injuries, which she sought medical treatment for.
 
PROPERTY DAMAGE CRASH
 
At 3:53 PM, Deputies, along with the New Glarus Police Department, responded to the N9200 block of STH 69, in the Town of New Glarus, for a four-vehicle crash with no injuries.
 
A Mazda sedan, operated by Amanda J Bingham, 23, of Madison, was southbound on STH 69 when she attempted to turn right onto Old Madison Road. Due to road conditions, Bingham was unable to make the turn, resulting in a Ford truck, operated by Rachel M Proctor, 25, of Monroe, to take evasive action into the northbound lane. Proctor then lost control of the truck, resulting in the rear end of her vehicle colliding with a northbound Mazda SUV pulling a U-haul trailer, operated by Blake D Anson, 49, of Belleville. A fourth vehicle, operated by Roman G Gromov, 27, of Sherman Oaks, CA, then collided with Amanda's Mazda sedan. All vehicle occupants reported wearing their seatbelts, no injuries, and no airbag deployment. All the vehicles sustained moderate damage to the impacted areas while U-haul trailer sustained minor damage. All vehicles were driven from the scene, with the exception of the Mazda SUV, which was towed from the crash scene.
 
TRAFFIC CRIME
 
At 4:07 PM, Deputies located a vehicle in the ditch in the W7400 block of STH 11, Town of Cadiz. Jerry R. Davis, age 43, of South Wayne, was subsequently cited for Operating While Revoked-Alcohol Related and Obstructing a Law Enforcement Officer. The vehicle was not damaged and Davis was not injured in the incident. The vehicle was removed from the ditch and Davis was released, pending a mandatory court appearance.
 
PROPERTY DAMAGE CRASH
 
At 6:20 PM, Deputies responded to the W4300 block of CTH KS, in the Town of Jefferson, for a one-vehicle crash. A vehicle operated by Brian A. Foster, Juda, 32, was going westbound on CTH KS when he failed to negotiate a curve on the snow covered road. The vehicle went in to the ditch and struck a traffic sign post. Foster was not injured and was wearing a seat belt. There was no airbag deployment. The vehicle sustained minor damage and was driven from the scene by the operator. The highway shop was notified of the damaged sign announcing directions for Monroe.
 
TRAFFIC CRIME
 
At 10:36 PM, Deputies located a vehicle in the ditch in the N4700 block of CTH N, in the Town of Monroe. Kari L. Barrett, 38, of New Glarus, was cited for Operating After Revocation – OWI Related. Barrett was released pending a mandatory court date.
 
PROPERTY DAMAGE CRASH
 
At 11:43 PM, Deputies responded to a single motor vehicle crash in the W8700 block of County Highway B, Town of Cadiz. Taylor M. Voegeli, age 17, of rural Browntown, was traveling west when a deer entered the roadway. Taylor swerved to miss the deer, but entered the north ditch. Taylor reported wearing her seatbelt and was not injured in the crash. The Black 2008 Dodge Ram pickup operated by Voegeli sustained moderate damage to the front end, front right, and rear left; there was no airbag deployment. The vehicle was towed from the scene.
 
VEHICLES IN THE DITCH
 
Throughout the day of December 23rd, 2016, the Sheriff’s Office responded to nine total vehicle-in-the-ditch incidents, which resulted in no property damage or injuries.
 
Patrol Deputy John Schuetz, #10
GREEN COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
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