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Public record for Aug. 21, 2009

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Gazette Staff
August 21, 2009
Rock County
Intoxicated driving arrests

-- NOAH D. WALHOVO, 26, of 241 E. Russell Road, Janesville, at 12:45 a.m. Thursday at St. George and Lilac lanes, Janesville. It was reportedly his fourth offense.


-- EUGENE J. SAGAITIS III, 27, of 919 E. High St., Milton, at 2:23 a.m. Tuesday at Highway 51 and Interlochen Drive, Fulton Township. Also ticketed for speeding in excess of posted limits.


Arrests

-- FREDERICK E. JOHNSON, 18, of 104 Linn St., Janesville, at 9 a.m. Wednesday at his home on a charge of party to robbery. He is suspected of jumping a 12-year-old boy for $40.


-- JAYME R. FRIEND, 36, of 215 Menhall Drive, Edgerton, at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at her home on charges of forgery and theft.


-- NICHOLAS L. DANIELS, 28, Beloit, at 1:18 a.m. Thursday at Grant Avenue and Nicolet Street, Janesville, on charges of possession of marijuana with intent to deliver, second-offense drunken driving and obstructing an officer.


Reported

-- MISAPPROPRIATION OF PERSONAL IDENTIFYING INFORMATION, at 10:33 a.m. Monday. A 69-year-old Janesville woman came to the police department to report her identity had been stolen.


Walworth County
Intoxicated driving arrests

-- ELVEDIN HAIRIC, 23, Hales Corners, at 2:25 a.m. Sunday on Highway 67 at Stearns Road, Fontana. He also was cited for unsafe lane deviation.


Accidents

-- COUNTY H AT CLUBHOUSE DRIVE, GENEVA TOWNSHIP, A vehicle driven by Renee M. Szymankiewicz, 64, N3238 Cherry Road, Lake Geneva, rear-ended a vehicle driven by Mary M. King-Lesniewski, 46, N3094 Tamarack Road, Lake Geneva, at 1:44 p.m. July 28. Witnesses told police Szymankiewicz was going between 70 and 100 mph on County H and had been running vehicles off the road before the crash. Both drivers reportedly were transported to a local hospital and later flown to area hospitals for life-threatening injuries. They were treated and released, according to police reports. Szymankiewicz was cited for reckless driving causing great bodily harm.



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