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Public record for May 9, 2014

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Gazette staff
May 9, 2014

ROCK COUNTY

Intoxicated driving arrests

-- JASON C. EGGEN, 30, of 2276 S. Hawthorne Park Drive, Janesville, at 5 a.m. Thursday at South Garfield Avenue and Tyler Street, Janesville.

-- ALEX M. SCHROEDER, 18, of 322 Davis Street, Milton, at 1:40 a.m. Wednesday at North Parker Drive and Glen Street.

Reported

-- FRAUD, reported at 3:28 p.m. Tuesday at the Janesville Police Department, 100 N. Jackson St., Janesville. A woman reported she was a victim of an apparent telephone money scam. She said she lost $1,700 in the scam.

Charged

-- NICHOLAS M. WUTHRICH, 21, of 4544 E. Highway 14, Janesville, charged with delivery of illegal articles to an inmate and distributing a hazardous substance. He is accused of brewing a drink with hundreds of tiny Jimson Weed seeds, a potentially lethal substance that can cause hallucinations, and giving it to five other inmates at the Rock County Jail on March 31. Wuthrich is accused of gathering the plant while working at the community garden as part of the RECAP program. He said he learned about the plant from another inmate and admitted that he had consumed seeds about 10 days prior to the incident, according to the complaint.

-- JERRY FUENTES, 22, of 1417 Argall Ave., Apt. A, Beloit, charged with theft of moveable property. He is accused of stealing $5,003 worth of items from his then-employer, CB Distributors of Beloit, consisting mostly of e-cigarettes and related paraphernalia, after he was arrested April 2 in the 2000 block of Paddock Avenue, town of Beloit.

-- JENNY L. PECK, 40, of 4209 E. Creek Road, Beloit, charged with two counts of theft of moveable property. She is accused of taking two rings when she worked as a housekeeper in the town of Harmony, one ring in December 2013 and one in March 2014. The rings' original prices totaled $8,500. She allegedly pawned both rings for $598 total at two different shops. One ring had already been sold and could not be traced. A sheriff's deputy recovered the second ring from a pawnshop.



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