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Public record for May 17, 2017

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Gazette staff
Wednesday, May 17, 2017

ROCK COUNTY

REPORTED

-- ROBBERY, reported at 6:07 p.m. Sunday at 3800 Deerfield Drive, Janesville. A man was robbed in the parking lot of Walmart by a white male, approximately 6-foot-4 and 250 pounds with shaggy dark hair and a large beard. The suspect was wearing a black bandana, white and silver striped polo shirt, and jeans.

INTOXICATED DRIVING ARRESTS

-- OSCAR RAMIREZ, 21, of 901 Cardinal Lane, Janesville, at 2:14 a.m. Friday at the intersection of Beloit Avenue and Elliott Street, Janesville. Ramirez ran a stop sign and hit a stone wall. It was recorded as his first OWI offense. He was also cited for failure to stop at a stop sign and failure to wear a seat belt. He was admitted to Mercy Hospital and Trauma Center, Janesville, for his injuries and later discharged.

ACCIDENTS

-- PEARL STREET AND COURT STREET, Janesville, at 5:30 p.m. Sunday. A vehicle driven by Ashley M. Peterson, 28, of 120 N. River St., No. 304, Janesville, collided with a bicycle ridden by a 9-year-old Janesville girl. The girl was transported to Mercy Hospital and Trauma Center for possible injuries. Peterson was cited for not having insurance.

-- PONTIAC DRIVE AND MILWAUKEE STREET, Janesville, at 12:08 p.m. Sunday. A vehicle driven by George K. Coe, 31, of 1408 Morningside Drive, No. 7, Janesville, collided with a vehicle driven by Fredrick E. Jackson, 43, of 217 S. Pontiac Drive, Janesville. Coe’s vehicle rear-ended Jackson’s. Jackson was transported to SSM Health St. Mary’s Hospital, Janesville, where he was treated and released.

WALWORTH COUNTY

CHARGED

-- DAVID A. BOEHM, 26, of 1106 Bailey Road, Delavan, with a repeater count of possession of a firearm by a felon. Town of Delavan police say on March 15, Boehm had a photo on his phone of him holding a pistol that belonged to someone else. This came after he served a five-year prison sentence after pleading guilty to one count of burglary in 2009.

-- JOHNNY C. COGGON, 27, of 2095 Emery Court, No. 6, East Troy, with party to second-offense marijuana possession, obstructing an officer, party to possession of drug paraphernalia and felony bail jumping, all repeater counts. Walworth County sheriff’s deputies say on May 5, Coggon ran from police after they ordered him to stop. He was a passenger in a car where they found 10.8 grams of marijuana.

-- IDALIS DELGADO, 17, of Beloit, with possession with intent to deliver marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and felony bail jumping. Whitewater police say on March 18, they stopped Delgado and found multiple bags of marijuana, one of which weighed 26.6 grams, in her car. Police also say they found $228 in cash in Delgado’s purse.

-- MICHAEL R. FRISQUE, 20, of 310 West Main St., No. 2W, Whitewater, with three counts of delivering marijuana and two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia. Walworth County sheriff’s deputies say in April, they conducted controlled buys of 7 grams of marijuana from Frisque.

-- KELVIN HIGGINS, 19, of 1014 East Geneva St., Delavan, with false imprisonment, misdemeanor battery and disorderly conduct, all domestic abuse assessments. City of Delavan police say on May 8, Higgins would not let a woman leave a bathroom after an argument over money. Police also say Higgins grabbed the woman’s wrists, head-butted her and put her in a rear naked choke position.

-- MICHAEL R. PYNAKER, 38, of 3092 Main St., No. 4, East Troy, with second-offense possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Village of East Troy police say on March 29, they found Pynaker alone in a car with 7.6 grams of marijuana and a glass pipe.

-- PERRY J. SEONBUCHNER, 19, of 291 N. Fraternity Lane, No. 309, with three counts of delivering marijuana. Walworth County sheriff’s deputies say on Dec. 7 and Feb. 2, they conducted controlled buys from Seonbuchner for marijuana.

-- JOEL T. STEPHENS, 29, of Burlington, Wisconsin, with second-offense marijuana possession, possession of an illegally obtained prescription and felony bail jumping. Town of Linn police say on April 19, Stephens drove 100 mph before he was stopped. Officers found him with marijuana and Alprazolam.


Last updated: 12:12 am Wednesday, May 17, 2017


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