Public record for June 10, 2014
Intoxicated driving arrests
--DANIELLE M. EISENBERG-PETERSON, 29, of 1611 E. Road One, Edgerton, at 1:12 a.m. Saturday at 2430 W. County M, Edgerton, after she crashed her motorcycle after hitting a cat. She was transported for medical treatment.
--JAMIE L. LYONS, 43, of 543 Harding St., Janesville, at 8:10 p.m. Friday at highways 51 and 11, Janesville, after his car hit the rear of a car driven by Dennis B. Egge, 62, of 1705 Meadowlark Drive, Janesville, causing minor damage.
--JEFFERY J. BECKER, 40, of 2506 Conde St., Janesville, at 12:16 a.m. Sunday at 6000 S. Highway 51, town of Rock. It was reported as his fourth arrest for intoxicated driving. He was also cited for open intoxicants and possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
--ALEXANDRIA DILLON ANGELAKIS, 20, of 5975 N. Jones Road, Milton, at 12:17 a.m. Sunday at Charley Bluff Road and Highway 59 in the town of Milton. Also cited for possession of drug paraphernalia.
--WILLIAM J. DOWNING, 44, of 710 Edison Ave., Janesville, at 12:56 a.m. Sunday at Highway 51 and Knilans Road, Janesville. It was reported as his second arrest for intoxicated driving. Also cited for driving left of center.
--KENNETH C. HEREFORD, 26, of 1119 Ruger Ave., Janesville, at 1:37 a.m. Sunday at Highway 51 and Terrington Road, town of Rock. He was also cited for possession of marijuana.
--IAN M. DEMROW, 36, of 345 Edward St., Footville, at 2:17 a.m. Monday at Highway 11 and County N, Janesville. It was reported as his second arrest for intoxicated driving. He was also cited for operating after revocation and without proof of insurance.
--FOUND, a loaded .380-caliber handgun in the outfield during a youth baseball game, at 5:28 p.m. Sunday at the Janesville Youth Sports Complex, 100 S. Wuthering Hills Drive.
--POOL INCIDENT at 6:49 p.m. Friday at the Comfort Inn, 11102 Goede Road, Newville, when a 6-year-old girl was reported unresponsive in a pool. CPR was started before a sheriff's deputy and Edgerton EMS arrived. The deputy found the girl conscious and alert, but she was taken to Mercy Hospital and Trauma Center in Janesville and later was scheduled to be taken to American Family Children's Hospital in Madison for observation.
--FORGERY reported at 10:36 a.m. Saturday by a rural Evansville couple who noticed unauthorized payments charged to their Old Navy Visa card.
--HIGHWAY 51 NEAR SUNNY LANE, TOWN OF ROCK, at 1:17 p.m. Thursday, when cars driven by Naomi L. Northrup Southwick, 37, of N209 Bissell Road, Lake Geneva, and Alexis R. Riemer, 21, of 2427 Plymouth Ave., Janesville, were both traveling north on 51 and sideswiped each other, causing Riemer's car to overturn when it hit the curb and hit a stop sign. Northrup Southwick was cited for unsafe lane deviation. Riemer, who was transported for a possible injury, was cited for driving after suspension and without insurance.
--JASEN M. BELL, 31, of South Beloit, Ill., charged with substantial battery, as a repeater. He is accused of striking a Janesville man several times, knocking him out, in an incident shortly after 11 p.m. Saturday at the parking ramp, 13 N. Parker Drive, Janesville. DILLON L. DUTCHER, 22,of 2435 Woodlane Drive, Janesvilleļalso was charged with substantial battery in the incident. Dutcher drove the vehicle carrying Bell, according to the complaint, and the two were later located at Sneakers Bar & Grill, 1221 Woodman Road, Janesville, where they fled on foot. Police later caught them in the parking lot of Hufcor, 2101 Kennedy Road, Janesville.
--FRANCIA J. COYLE, 58, 2084 Mill St., East Troy, with two felony counts of possession of child pornography. Walworth County deputies say on May 14, 2014, during an online investigation on BitTorrent network, Coyle was found to have downloaded 26 photos of nude children.
--ALEXANDRIA MICHELLE KITRAL, 24, 114 Howard St., Walworth, with felony possession of narcotic drugs, repeater, and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia. Village of Walworth police say on May 25, 2014, police responded to a call at Kitral's home. Police say Kitral's mother gave Kitral a spoon, syringe and cotton that tested positive for heroin.
--BRIAN E. POLK, 18, 213 W. Jefferson St., Elkhorn, with felony burglary of a residence, misdemeanor theft, and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia. Walworth County deputies say on May 31, 2014, Polk trespassed on an East Troy home's property and took a blue dirt bike. When deputies found Polk, his backpack was searched. Inside was reportedly marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
--JACQUELINE E. STEIN, 35, 121 S. 6th St., Apt. A, Delavan, with: felony possession with intent to deliver schedule IV drugs, repeater; misdemeanor possession of illegally obtained prescription drug, repeater; and misdemeanor theft, repeater. Elkhorn police say on January 23, 2014, Stein took prescription drugs from a woman's home while out on work release and shared them with other inmates.