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Public record for Aug. 2, 2010

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Gazette Staff
August 2, 2010
Rock County
Reported

-- BURGLARY, reported Saturday in the 300 block of Division Street, Janesville. Taken were Nintendo video game items valued at $220.


Accidents

-- MILTON AVENUE AT KETTERING STREET, JANESVILLE, at 1:38 p.m. Friday. A car driven by Crystal Gudenschwager, 27, of 2837 Liberty Lane, Janesville, hit the rear of a car driven by Patricia M. Viertel, 61, of 1713 Cottonwood Drive, Janesville. Both women were treated and released at Mercy Hospital. Gudenschwager cited for inattentive driving.


Rock County Court

-- CLAYTON M. ROTHENBUEHLER, 22, of 424 W. Holmes St., Janesville, misdemeanor theft of movable property, nine months in jail with Huber privileges with credit, $558.


-- DAVID M. SAVONA, 25, of 117 S. Pontiac Drive, Janesville, misdemeanor theft in business setting, one year probation, 60 hours community service, $1,273 restitution, $289.


-- STEVEN E. HOMAN, 54, of 535 Kellogg Ave., Janesville, felony failure to support child for 120 or more days, three years probation, $105. Additional charges of two counts of felony failure to support child for 120 or more days dismissed but read into court record.


-- NICK Q. MUNRO, 19, of 4859 County H, Janesville, two counts of domestic disorderly conduct, 60 days in jail with Huber privileges with credit, $187.


-- MELISSA M. POTHOUR, 40, of 333 N. High St., No. 8, Janesville, misdemeanor criminal damage to property, one year probation, $97.


-- JAMIL PHILLIPS, 23, of 710 Vine St., Beloit, felony possession with intent to deliver marijuana on or near a jail, one year in jail, $112.


-- ARTHUR R. PIERCE, 62, of 5507 N. Kennedy Road, Milton, felony manufacturing/delivering marijuana, one year in jail, $112. Charges of felony possession with intent to deliver marijuana and felony maintaining drug trafficking place both dismissed but read into court record.


-- JACOB T. NADLER, 20, of 606 N. Cherry St., Janesville, felony party to criminal damage to property, 18 months in prison with credit, two years extended supervision. Charge of misdemeanor criminal trespassing to dwelling dismissed but read into court record.



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