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Public Record for Dec. 5, 2017

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Tuesday, December 5, 2017

ROCK COUNTY

Intoxicated driving arrests

--JOHN HARMAN, 26, of 8029 Jack Lane, Jessup, Maryland, at 11:41 a.m. Friday at the intersection of Highway 59 and Ellendale Road, town of Fulton. The arrest was listed as his second on a  drunken-driving charge. He also was cited for abusing a hazardous substance.

--JUAN ARRIAGA, 61, of 1002 Ravine St., Janesville, at 9:35 a.m. Sunday at the intersection of highways 51 and 11, town of Rock. The arrest was listed as his third on a drunken-driving charge.

Accidents

--INTERSECTION OF DELAVAN DRIVE AND CENTER AVENUE, JANESVILLE, at 12:16 p.m. Thursday. A vehicle driven by Daniel W. Fus, 33, of 658 E. High St., Milton, rear-ended a vehicle driven by Jeffrey R. Hartin, 42, of 1817 Schaller St., Janesville. This caused Hartin's vehicle to hit a vehicle driven by Edward C. Nunn, 77, of 6219 S. Highway 51, Janesville. Hartin and Nunn were stopped on Center Avenue. Fus and his passenger, Mathew Scott Carter, 29, of 2111 King St., Janesville, were transported to Mercy Hospital and Trauma Center, Janesville, with suspected injuries.

--WEST RACINE STREET BETWEEN SOUTH RIVER ROAD AND SOUTH FRANKLIN STREET, JANESVILLE, at 9:07 p.m. Friday, Nov. 10. A vehicle driven by James H. Mayo Jr., 58, of 10739 E. County MM, Avalon, crossed the center line traveling eastbound on West Racine Street and struck a utility pole. Mayo was transported to Mercy Hospital and Trauma Center, Janesville, with possible injuries.

WALWORTH COUNTY

Charged

--DEANGELO D. CARTER, 26, address unknown, and DARRON L. WILSON, 37, of Beloit, with repeater counts of party to substantial battery, misdemeanor battery and disorderly conduct. Carter is also charged with party to felony bail jumping. Walworth County sheriff's deputies say on Nov. 5, Carter and Wilson were involved in a brawl at the Vegas Gentlemen's Club, town of Darien, that sent a man to the hospital.

--STEPHON J. HORTON, 24, of 20 Olive St., No. 1, with substantial battery and disorderly conduct. Walworth County sheriff's deputies say on Nov. 16, Horton was asked to remove someone from an apartment. When that person did not leave, Horton began to hit him several times.

--ANDREW R. KALSCHEUER, 29, of 909 W. Conger St., Whitewater, with two counts of manufacture/deliver marijuana, imitation of a controlled substance, possession with intent to deliver LSD and marijuana and possession of narcotics, cocaine and drug paraphernalia. Walworth County sheriff's deputies say in July, they conducted controlled buys of drugs from Kalscheuer before on Aug. 3 executing a search warrant and finding 1.87 pounds of marijuana, 0.85 grams of cocaine, 72 doses of LSD, $1,015 in U.S. currency and drug paraphernalia.

--TYLER M. ODELL, 23, of 2090 Emery Court, East Troy, with battery by prisoner. Walworth County sheriff's deputies say Odell, who is confined while facing a homicide charge following a game of drunken Russian roulette, struck another inmate after an argument.

--HEATHER C. OHLSSON, 28, of Hales Corners, with three counts each of delivering narcotics and felony bail jumping. Walworth County sheriff's deputies say in January and March, they conducted controlled buys of Suboxone from Ohlsson.

--JORDAN D. PARKER, 26, of Burlington, with second-offense possession of marijuana. Village of East Troy police say on June 23, Parker overdosed, and police found him with marijuana.

--TYLER S. PETERSON, 25, of 461 Garrison Drive, Lake Geneva, with attempting to flee or elude a traffic officer. Walworth County sheriff's deputies say on Nov. 29, Peterson was driving 95 mph in a 55 mph and did not stop when so ordered.

--NATHAN L. SCHULTZ, 37, of Beloit, with strangulation and suffocation, battery and disorderly conduct, all with domestic abuse assessments. City of Delavan police say on Nov. 20, Schultz struck, choked and threatened to kill a woman he knows.

--WALTER A. WILLIAMS, 20, of 312 S. Second St., Unit B, Delavan, with burglary, theft and criminal damage to property. City of Delavan police say on Oct. 31, Williams broke into the home of someone he knows and stole video games because the man he knows said Williams is addicted to marijuana and steals to supply his addiction.



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