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Public Record for Jan. 25, 2008

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Gazette Staff
January 25, 2008
Rock County
Arrests

-- EDWARD J. MARTIN, 20, of 319 N. Walnut St., Janesville, on charges of forgery Wednesday at the Janesville Police Department.


-- JUSTIN D. JACOBSEN, 27, of 816 W. Van Buren St., Janesville, on charges of burglary and theft Thursday at the Rock County Jail.


Intoxicated driving arrests

-- NICHOLAS R. BLEVINS, 29, of 8727 E. County A, Janesville, at 2:03 a.m. Thursday at Main and Milwaukee streets in Janesville. It was reported as his second arrest on a drunken-driving charge.


-- SCOTT D. FRANK, 33, of 1821 Alden Road, Janesville, at 1:40 a.m. today in the 1600 block of Milton Avenue in Janesville. It was reported as his fourth arrest on a drunken-driving charge.


-- ALETHA A. COX, 24, of 2651 N. Wuthering Hills Drive, Janesville, at 2:52 a.m. today at Milton Avenue and Lodge Drive in Janesville.


-- JOSHUA N. JOHNSON, 25, of 1251 S. Arch St., Janesville, at 1:57 a.m. Thursday at Main and Court streets in Janesville. It was reported as his second arrest on a drunken-driving charge.


-- MATTHEW K. MOHR, 27, of 870 Benton Ave., Janesville, at 11:52 p.m. Wednesday at Main and Van Buren streets in Janesville.


-- SANDY J. HOLLAND, 37, of 5127 County M, Evansville, at 1:22 a.m. today on County M north of Marsh Road in Union Township. It was reported as her fifth arrest on a drunken-driving charge.


Reported

-- COUNTERFEIT $10 BILL discovered Wednesday at Menards, 2700 Pontiac Place, Janesville.


Charged

-- ALBERT D. GRANGER, 20, of 454 Kellogg Ave., No. 4, Janesville, with physical abuse of a child, battery and disorderly conduct after Beloit police investigated a report last February of a man holding a 7-month-old baby by its legs and shaking it upside down, then striking repeatedly a woman who tried to come to the babyís defense.


-- MELVIN MIXON, 46, Chicago, with identity theft for financial gain after a rural Beloit couple reported that someone had used the husbandís identification information to open credit accounts at three stores in an Illinois shopping center and bought items valued at almost $10,000.



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