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About 35 break-ins reported at Turtle Creek Campground
About 35 break-ins to campers and trailers at the Turtle Creek Campground were reported to the Rock County Sheriff's Office on Saturday, sheriff's Sgt. Peter Falk said.
Janesville human trafficking seminar spreads local awareness
To stop the spread of human trafficking, people need to understand the problem can happen in Rock County, seminar speakers said Sunday.
Three Walworth County cases make their way to Wisconsin Supreme Court
Three cases from Walworth County have made their way to the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
Janesville man suspected of fourth OWI
Shane Garthwaite, 41, Janesville, was arrested Saturday afternoon on a charge of fourth-offense operating while intoxicated.
Prosecutors: Man drove with prohibted alcohol concentration
A man is charged with fourth-offense operating with a prohibited alcohol concentration, according to a criminal complaint filed in Walworth County Court.
Stay Safe Workshop aims to help Craig senior girls protect themselves
Several local organizations are sponsoring a Stay Safe Workshop at Craig High School on Feb. 18. It's a workshop police Sgt. Aaron Ellis hopes will be offered at other schools.
UPDATE: Lake Geneva husband and wife arrested on meth charges after reported overdose
UPDATE: Lake Geneva husband and wife arrested on meth charges after reported overdose
Two people were in custody at the Walworth County Jail after a report of a drug overdose Wednesday afternoon in Lake Geneva.
Man sentenced for threatening Milton police officer
Robert L. Rudder of Fort Atkinson was sentenced in Rock County Court on Tuesday.
Delavan woman charged with seventh OWI
A Delavan woman is charged with seventh-offense operating while intoxicated after police found her car in a ditch while she was in the hospital, according to a criminal complaint.
City of Delavan police looking for person of interest from break in
City of Delavan police looking for person of interest from break in
City of Delavan police are asking for help in finding a person of interest in a Dec. 24 break in, according to a department Facebook post.