Public Record for May 24, 2008

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Saturday, May 24, 2008
Rock County

-- KEITH A. FIEDLER, 60, of 920 Ringold St., Janesville, with first-degree sexual assault of a child younger than 13 after a Janesville woman reported that her 5-year-old daughter had been assaulted.


-- ABIGAIL D. FOLKER, 23, of 1421 Laramie Lane, Janesville at 12:45 p.m. Thursday at home on a charge of neglect of a child.

-- 15-YEAR-OLD BOY, on May 16 at Craig High School, 401 Randall Ave., Janesville was referred to juvenile authorities on a charge of dangerous weapon other than a gun at school. The referral was related to an incident in which the boy allegedly brought an 18-inch souvenir baseball bat to school for protection.

-- NICKY T. LUECK, 45, no fixed address, at 11:50 a.m. Friday in the 400 block of North Grant Street, Janesville on a charge of criminal trespass to dwelling.

-- SHAWN A. MEACHAN, 31, of 1610 Anthony Ave., Janesville at 2:10 a.m. Thursday at Beloit Avenue and West Delavan drive on a warrant charging him with failing to appear in court in Chippewa County on drunken-driving charge. It was listed as his third arrest on drunken-driving charges.


- GANG GRAFFITI reported Thursday on a sidewalk near Edison Middle School, 1649 S. Chatham St., Janesville.

Walworth County

-- CARLOS L. VANCE, 38, of 1306 La Salle St., Lake Geneva, intoxicated driving after a traffic stop May 17 in Delavan. It was reported as his fifth arrest on a drunken-driving charge.

-- LEE DOWSETT, 20, of 958 Sauganash Drive, Fontana, manufacturing psilocybin after a search of his home May 12. In the same incident, JAMES F. GRIMELLI, 27, Palatine, Ill., is charged with possession with intent to deliver marijuana.

-- MELISSA A. RUHNKE, 25, of 111 S. Washington St., Elkhorn, felony fleeing an officer after a one-mile chase Wednesday in Williams Bay. She also was arrested for intoxicated driving. It was reported as her third arrest on a drunken-driving charge.

-- ROBERT J. LADUC, 28, of 901 Gorman St., No. 1, Elkhorn, two counts of burglary, four counts of misdemeanor theft, three counts of burglary as party to a crime, 12 counts of misdemeanor theft as party to a crime and six counts of criminal damage to property as party to a crime in connection with several vehicle and storage unit break-ins in Elkhorn in December and January.

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