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Public Record for Feb. 28, 2008

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Gazette Staff
February 28, 2008
Rock County
Arrests

-- A 15-YEAR-OLD JANESVILLE GIRL referred to juvenile authorities Wednesday on a charge of felony battery after an incident at Parker High School, 3125 Mineral Point Ave., Janesville, in which another 15-year-old girl was listed as the victim and a cue ball inside a white sock was confiscated as evidence.


-- ANTHONY D. WILLIAMS, 17, of 409 W. Wall St., No. 2, Janesville, on a charge of battery; JOEY L. FOOTE, 17, of 1717 Green Forest Run, No. 211, Janesville, on charges of battery and possessing a knife on school grounds; TWO 16-YEAR-OLD JANESVILLE BOYS referred to juvenile authorities on charges of battery, and A 16-YEAR-OLD JANESVILLE BOY referred to juvenile authorities on a charge of disorderly conduct after a fight Tuesday in a hallway at Parker High School, Janesville.


-- TYLER D. ROTZOLL, 17, of 2504 Lucerne Drive, Janesville, at 9:29 p.m. Tuesday in the 600 block of Kellogg Avenue, Janesville, was referred to juvenile authorities on a capias accusing him of failing to appear in court on an earlier charge of taking a vehicle without the owner’s consent.


-- PHILIP T. FRANCIS, 44, 7827 W. Highway 11, Janesville, at 5:05 p.m. Feb. 19 at the Rock County Sheriff’s Department on charges of representation depicting nudity and invasion of privacy. A girl was reported as the victim.


Intoxicated driving arrests

-- DAVID G. VINCENT, 36, of 535 S. Baxter St., Janesville, at 1:15 a.m. Wednesday at Centerway and Milton Avenue, Janesville.


-- MICHAEL J. SULLIVAN , 19, of 5931 W. Highway 14, Janesville, at 8:51 a.m. Sunday in the 7000 block of County A, Center Township. He also was ticketed for failing to notify the police of an accident and having an expired registration.


-- MARY E. MCCANN, 32, of 727 Sunset Drive No. 6, Milton, at 2 a.m. Friday at Buten and Morgan streets, Milton. It was reported as his second arrest on a drunken-driving charge. She also was cited for driving with a revoked license and an expired registration.


-- EVELYN M. FRANK, 66, of 8324 N. Ridge Trail, Milton, at 4:22 p.m. Feb. 18 on John Paul Road and Madison Avenue, Milton. She was arrested after her vehicle went off the road and into a snowbank.


-- JOSE F. ZAMBRANO, 31, of 1051 6th St., Beloit, at 9:46 p.m. Feb. 14, on Highway 51 and Happy Hollow Road in Rock Township. It was listed as his second arrest on a drunken-driving charge.


Reported

-- VANDALISM to a beverage vending machine at Lions Beach, 1401 Palmer Drive, Janesville, discovered Wednesday. An estimated $500 damage done.


-- BURGLARY to Schenck’s Tan Shack, 1327 N. Wright Road, Janesville, reported Monday. $213 cash was reported stolen; damage estimated at $100.


Accidents

-- HIGHWAY 81 WEST OF COUNTY H in Newark Township at 5:13 p.m. Monday, a minivan driven by Darsha J. Olsen, 26, 12409 W. Brandherm Road, Beloit, slid across the centerline and struck head-on a car driven by Jeffrey M. Hiatt, 26, of 11429 W. Brandherm Road, Beloit. Olsen was ticketed for driving too fast for conditions. Both drivers and a passenger in Hiatt’s car—Shirley K. Hiatt, 47, same address—were treated and released at Beloit Memorial Hospital.


-- WEST HIGHWAY 11 AND PANN ROAD, Spring Valley Township at 11:38 p.m. Saturday. A car driven by Tony C. Ace, 45, Belleville, was westbound on Highway 11 when it attempted to pass another vehicle and struck a guardrail. At 12:06 a.m. Sunday, Ace was arrested on a charge of drunken driving, third offense, and knowingly driving on a revoked license and causing damage. He also was ticketed for failure to notify the police of an accident, hit and run to property adjacent to the highway and a seat belt violation. Ace was treated and released at Beloit Memorial Hospital.


Fire

-- IN THE EXHAUST VENTILATION SYSTEM at 3:58 p.m. Wednesday in the bathroom of the Huber unit of the Rock County Jail. Inmates were evacuated to another section of the jail while correctional staff inspected the system. After seeing glowing embers inside the unit and smoke from outside the building, the system was turned off and the fire extinguished itself. The fire, which resulted from discarded cigarette butts, caused no structural damage. There also were no reports of injuries to inmates or staff. By 4:27 p.m. all inmates were returned to their units and the jail was back to normal operation.



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