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Public record for June 25, 2009

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Gazette Staff
June 25, 2009
Rock County
Intoxicated driving arrests

-- DIANA L. SIMS, 43, Brooklyn, at 12:14 a.m. Saturday at Evansville Brooklyn and Pleasant Prairie roads, Union Township. It was reported as her second offense. Also ticketed for knowingly operating while suspended and obstructing.


Accidents

-- HIGHWAY 67 AND TURTLE TOWNHALL ROAD, Turtle Township, at 1:06 p.m. Saturday, a motorcycle driven by Raymand A. Vierck, 40, of 7304 N. Highway 51, Edgerton, collided with a motorcycle driven by Ronald G. Gaddy, 60, South Beloit, Ill., which collided with a motorcycle driven by Benjamin D. Kubly, 32, of 120 S. Pontiac Drive, Janesville. The drivers were participating in the MDA Tub Run. Gaddy was ticketed for operating without a valid driver's license. Gaddy was admitted to Beloit Memorial Hospital and released Tuesday. His passenger, Margaret E. Benjamin, 59, South Beloit, Ill., also was treated at Beloit Memorial and released. Kubly was treated at Beloit Memorial and released. His passenger, Karie L. Ramsey, 34, North Freedom, also was treated at Beloit Memorial and released.


Reported

-- STRONG-ARMED ROBBERY at 4:07 p.m. Wednesday in a common area inside the apartment building at 419 Benton Ave., Janesville. A man stole a wallet from another man. The suspect fled in an unknown direction. He is described as a black male in his 20s with a thin build, short hair, tattoos, wearing a white T-shirt and jeans.


Walworth County
Arrests

-- MARTIN J. NELSON, 22, of 1563 Wildwood Road, No. 1, Whitewater, at 2:23 a.m. June 15, at South Janesville Street, Whitewater, on charges of recklessly endangering safety while armed, battery while armed and disorderly conduct while armed. He is accused of fighting with his partner with a knife before fleeing on foot and in a stolen vehicle.


Reported


-- BURGLARY to a residence in the 400 block of Second Street, Walworth, reported at 11:04 p.m. Saturday. Jewelry, clothing and CDs valued at $1,134 were reported stolen. The clothing and CDs were located and returned. The jewelry was not located.



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