April 15, 2018: Daily News Release
The following incidents occurred on Saturday, April 14th, 2018:
Motor Vehicle Crash:
At 2:26 PM, Deputies responded to the W4800 Block of CTH W, Town of Exeter, for a one-vehicle crash. A truck, driven by Kaylee L. Levin, 17, of Evansville, was going eastbound on CTH W when it failed to negotiate a curve. The truck went into the south ditch, where it struck a mailbox. The vehicle continued eastbound in the ditch, where it struck an embankment and went airborne. The truck came to a rest in the south ditch.
Kaylee stated she was not injured, she was wearing a seatbelt, and there was no airbag deployment. The truck sustained severe damage and was towed from the scene. The weather was a contributing factor (wet road and strong winds). The New Glarus Police Department assisted at the scene and the owner of the mailbox was contacted about the damage.
Motor Vehicle Crash:
At 9:19 PM, Deputies responded to the N6300 block of English Settlement Rd., Town of Albany, for single vehicle crash. The reporting person stopped and spoke with the female driver. The unidentified female advised that she was going to meet with Deputies, but the Sheriff’s Office received no phone calls about the crash.
The vehicle was traveling south when the driver lost control on the ice/slush- covered roadway. The vehicle went left of center, into the east ditch, and then over a large culvert before striking several trees. The vehicle sustained disabling damage to the entire driver's side, front, and under body; there was no airbag deployment.
The suspected driver was the registered owner of the vehicle, Kimberly A. Neuenschwander, 42, of Evansville. Deputies left a message on Kimberly's cell phone and checked several locations for Kimberly, but she was not initially located.
Nearly two hours later, Kimberly called 911 to report the crash. Kimberly stated she was alone in the vehicle, was wearing her seatbelt, and was not injured in the crash. Kimberly was advised that she would receive citations for Operating After Suspension, Too Fast For Conditions, and Failure to Report a Motor Vehicle Crash.
Patrol Deputy Adam J. Bass #14
Green County Sheriff’s Office