Public record for Oct. 21, 2017
Intoxicated driving arrests
—ANNA M. HAMMER, 30, Edgerton, at 1:25 a.m. Friday at 1801 E. Highway 59, town of Milton, after Hammer crashed her vehicle. Hammer was transported to a hospital for a medical evaluation. She refused police testing for intoxication and became “combative” with an officer, according to Rock County sheriff’s reports. Also cited for obstructing a police officer.
—PROPERTY DAMAGE at 9:28 a.m. at the 2600 block of Wright Road. A woman reported a man she knew was possibly intoxicated, and had purposely hit her vehicle with a plastic bat and a dresser drawer.
—THEFT FROM VEHICLE at 8:54 a.m. Thursday at Meadow Circle, Edgerton. A resident reported someone broke a window of their vehicle overnight and stole a purse and a wallet that contained $50 in cash and credit cards.
—THEFT FROM VEHICLE at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at the 900 block of East Lakeside Drive, town of Fulton. Someone went in two unlocked vehicles and stole loose change.
—JASON J. LISIECKI, 37, Greenfield, with strangulation/suffocation, battery and disorderly conduct, all as acts of domestic abuse. He is accused of assaulting a woman Thursday at her residence in the town of Plymouth.
—DERRICK ROENNEBERG, 44, of 1500 Clover Lane, Janesville, with theft in a business setting. He is accused of receiving a $4,000 deposit to install a pool for a town of Clinton couple in April and never doing the work.