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Public Record for Jan. 14, 2014

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January 14, 2014

ROCK COUNTY

Arrests

-- LATRINA S. HARRIS, 28, of 2006 Mason Road, Beloit, at 9:57 p.m. Sunday at Center Avenue and Court Street, Janesville, on a charge of possession of marijuana with intent to deliver. Police say they found 1.7 ounces of marijuana when they stopped Harris' car. She also was cited for nonregistration of the car.

-- CHRISTOPHER A. DIMAS, 29, no known address, at 8:02 p.m. Sunday at 3105 Village Court, No. 2, Janesville, on charges of aggravated battery causing great bodily harm, domestic abuse and violating a domestic abuse no-contact order.

Intoxicated driving arrests

-- KAREN S. DOYLE, 48, of 2724 E. Hayley Lane, Milton, at 1:37 a.m. Thursday on North West Rotamer Road at Pleasant Road, town of Harmony, when the car she was driving went into a ditch, hitting a Charter Communications box and a utility pole. She was arrested on a charge of operating while intoxicated causing injury, unreasonable and imprudent speed and not wearing a seat belt. Doyle was admitted to Mercy Hospital and Trauma Center, Janesville, and released Friday. A passenger, Robert J. Weiland, 45, same address, was transported but declined medical attention at Mercy. Weiland was cited for not wearing a seat belt.

-- BRIAN L. BURKE, 24, Madison, at 2:33 a.m. Saturday on Highway 14 at Butts Corners Road, Evansville, after the car he was driving ran off the road. The arrest was listed as his third for intoxicated driving.

Charged

-- RENITA M. NANCE, 19, of 338 Cherry St., Janesville, charged with operating a motor vehicle without owner consent and disorderly conduct. She is accused of taking a van from 403 Center Ave., Janesville, during a Jan. 8 argument about ownership of a dog.

Reported

-- BURGLARY to a residence in the 300 block of South River Street, Janesville, reported at 1:30 p.m. Saturday. A Wii video game and vintage toys, valued at $850, were reported taken.

Injury accidents

-- HIGHWAY 213 JUST EAST OF LUTHER VALLEY ROAD, TOWN OF PLYMOUTH, at 3:55 a.m. Jan. 4, when a pickup truck driven by Micah L. Beaudin, 29, of 6509 W. Liberty Ave., Beloit, crested a hill and struck a car that had gotten stuck in a snow bank. Conditions included wet, icy pavement and blowing snow. Beaudin was cited for driving too fast for conditions. Injured in the stuck car were Juan Estrada Ambriz, 25, of Mundelein, Ill.; Alejandro Gil Ambriz, 31, of 9204 E. Creek Road, No. 36, Clinton; and Ricardo Gil Ambriz, 23, same address as Alejandro.

WALWORTH COUNTY

Charged

-- AMBER K. BLEY-ALDRIDGE, 37, of W7209 Highway 12, Whitewater, charged with felony delivery heroin, repeater, and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia. Walworth County sheriffs deputies say Bley-Aldridge sold heroin Dec. 3 and had equipment for cooking heroin when police searched her home Jan. 1. In a separate criminal complaint, Bley-Aldridge is charged with felony possession of narcotic drugs, repeater, and misdemeanors of possession of illegally obtained prescription, possession of drug paraphernalia and two misdemeanor charges of possession of a controlled substance, repeater. Whitewater police say she had prescription drugs, heroin, and paraphernalia in her purse Nov. 13.

-- DIANE HELGELAND, 59, Lake Geneva, charged with felony identity theft. Town of Bloomfield police say Hegeland opened a credit card account in 2004 under a former employee's name and owes more than $8,000 to the credit card company.

-- MARCUS A. JONES, 20, of 122 S. Franklin St., Whitewater, charged with two felony delivery of non-narcotics, and misdemeanors possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and bail jumping. Walworth County sheriffs deputies say Jones sold controlled substances twice in October and said they found marijuana and paraphernalia at his home Dec. 12.

-- MICAH X. SMITH, 18, of 1660 Betty Jean Lane, Burlington, charged with felony possession of narcotic drugs and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia. Walworth County sheriffs deputies said Smith had heroin and paraphernalia at his home Dec. 15.



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