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Public record for May 15, 2008

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Gazette Staff
May 15, 2008
Rock County
Arrests

-- JENNIFER E. ULBRICH, 19, of 1034 9th St., Beloit, on charges of identity theft, obstructing and a probation violation Tuesday night at an apartment in the 1400 block of Canyon Drive, Janesville.


-- KRYSTAL A. RUCKS, 18, of 1430 W. Memorial Drive, Janesville, on a charge of child neglect Tuesday afternoon at her home.


-- CHRISTOPHER A. DOWNING, 33, of 5423 E. Highway 14, Janesville, at a residence in the 1000 block of South Jackson Street, Janesville, on Tuesday evening on a Walworth County warrant charging misappropriation of identity information and a Rock County bench warrant charging failure to appear in court on an earlier charge of fourth-offense driving on a revoked license.


-- TIMOTHY J. RAY, 21, of 778 S. Main St., Janesville, at 9:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Janesville Police Department on two counts of delivering marijuana.


Intoxicated driving arrests

-- MELISSA J. HENDERSON, 38, of 111 Melody Lane, Edgerton, at 8:16 p.m. Saturday on Highway 59 east of Casey Road in Porter Township.


-- JOHN J. HULL JR., 51, of 1506 Happy Hollow Road, Janesville, at 12:26 a.m. Wednesday on County J north of Avalon Road in La Prairie Township. It is listed as his second drunken-driving arrest.


Reported

-- BURGLARY to Floral Expressions, 320 E. Milwaukee St., Janesville, reported Monday. No estimate reported on many damaged items; a boom box, tools and telephone—total value $75—were reported stolen.


-- GANG GRAFFITI reported Tuesday on a stop sign at the intersection of King Street and Oakhill Avenue in Janesville.


Accidents

-- HUMES ROAD WEST OF LEXINGTON DRIVE, JANESVILLE, at 3:40 p.m. Wednesday. A motorcycle driven by Timothy J. Soellner, 40, of 1814 W. Happy Hollow Road, Janesville, was in a right-turn lane when a car in the right lane moved into the right-turn lane, forcing the motorcycle off the road. Soellner was thrown from the motorcycle and treated and released at Mercy Hospital. The car was last seen heading south on Lexington Drive.


Charged

-- CAMERON J. SIFRER, 16, of 25 S. Sumac Court, Janesville, with burglary and operating a motor vehicle without owner consent in connection with the theft of a car from a garage in the 600 block of South Fremont Street in Janesville in February.


-- TROY A. ALSTEENS, 32, of 1133 S. Cherry St., Janesville, with identity theft and obstructing after a Wisconsin State Patrol trooper reported receiving false information during a traffic stop Monday.


Walworth County
Charged

-- KYLE R. FIELD, 27, Nekoosa, with escape. He is accused of leaving the Walworth County Huber dorm Dec. 18 and not returning. He was serving a sentence for retail theft as party to a crime and possession of drug paraphernalia.


-- DONALD J. TITONI, 52, N3112 Poplar Drive, Lake Geneva, escape. He is accused of leaving the Walworth County Huber dorm for work Nov. 30 and not returning. He was serving a one-year sentence for possession of cocaine. Titoni also was charged with felony bail jumping and possession of drug paraphernalia after a traffic stop Nov. 24 in Lyons Township.


-- TRACY A. STARR, 38, of 215 Lewis St., Elkhorn, identity theft to avoid prosecution. She is accused of using someone else’s name and birthday during a traffic stop Jan. 7, 2006, in Geneva Township to “avoid getting into trouble,” according to a criminal complaint.


-- BRYAN W. NATYNSKI, 32, W4099 Linton Road, No. 1, Lake Geneva, physical abuse of a child. He is accused of stomping his foot near his 2-year-old son and when the boy started crying, grabbing him by the arm and throwing him 3 feet across the room April 17. The boy suffered minor injuries.


-- MIGUEL J. HANSEN, 26, of 203 Sunny Lane, Janesville, possession with intent to deliver marijuana and resisting an officer as a repeater after a traffic stop May 4 in Elkhorn.


-- JERRY L. SADOWSKI, 36, Scottdale, Ga., felony bail jumping. He is accused of having a 20-minute telephone conversation with a 13-year-old Williams Bay girl in violation of his bond.



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