Public record for Sept. 21, 2017

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Thursday, September 21, 2017

Walworth County


—KELLY S. BENNING, 27, of South Milwaukee, and ZACHARIAH A. FOX, 32, of South Milwaukee, each with party to identity theft. City of Elkhorn police say the two used stolen credit cards to make purchases in Burlington, including buying a TV and Playstation 4.

—DANIEL R. DREKSLER, 25, of 41 N. West St., No. 107, Elkhorn, with second-offense possession of marijuana. Elkhorn police say on Aug. 27, 2016, they conducted a traffic stop and found Dreksler with 3.4 grams of marijuana he had just bought.

—MATTHEW J. FRY, 33, of W4789 Remer Road, Elkhorn, with possession of narcotic drugs, cocaine and drug paraphernalia. Lake Geneva police say on Sept. 13, they found Fry with heroin, cocaine and materials to use those drugs.

—TAMI L. GOUTY, 37, of 440 Madison St., Walworth, with burglary. Village of Walworth police say on Sept. 9, Gouty went into a neighbor’s home without their permission and took several items.

—DAWN M. MALONE, 39, of 535 Elmhurst Ave., No. 7, Delavan, with party to criminal damage to ATM/other machines, entry into a locked coin box and misdemeanor theft, all with repeater enhancers. City of Delavan police say on July 20, Malone stole from coin-operated laundry machines. The two washers and two dryers that were damaged were reported to be worth $2,796.

—CANNON MARTIN, 47, of Milwaukee, with burglary, operating a motor vehicle without owner’s consent and criminal damage to property. Walworth County sheriff’s deputies say on Sept. 14, Martin broke into a home and tried to steal a truck because “someone” had been chasing him from Milwaukee before he got in a car accident in an unfamiliar area and wanted to get away.

—JOHN T. MEADE, 22, of Hinsdale, Illinois, with two counts of manufacture/deliver cocaine. Walworth County sheriff’s deputies say on May 5, 2016 and April 15, 2016, they conducted controlled buys of 3.49 and 1.05 grams of cocaine from Meade, respectively.

—ALEXANDER J. ROZBORIL, 24, of Round Lake Beach, Illinois, with second-degree recklessly endangering safety and disorderly conduct. Bloomfield police say on Sept. 3, Rozboril got in a shoving match with another man before he left a village of Bloomfield home. Police say a woman tried to write down his license plate before he drove his truck and pinned her against another car, breaking a bone in her lower leg.

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