Public record for Dec. 3, 2010
Intoxicated driving arrests
-- CARL J. L. EBERT, 20, of N4365 Golf Course Road, Brodhead, at 1 a.m. Tuesday at Wall and Franklin streets, Janesville.
-- ALEXANDER J. CLARK, 22, W182 Halfway Tree Road, Brodhead, at 2:50 a.m. Saturday at Front and West streets, Plymouth Township. It was reportedly his second offense. Also ticketed for driving too fast for conditions and operating after revoked.
-- BURGLARY reported at 12:28 a.m. Monday to an unlocked shed in the 6200 block of South Highway 51, Janesville. Reported stolen were tools. Tools also were reported stolen from a shed at a neighboring home.
-- BURGLARY reported at 5:54 p.m. Wednesday at the 1400 block of Church Street, Janesville. Reported stolen was a video game console with a controller and a television. They were valued at more than $170.
-- HIGHWAY 11 EAST OF PAHL ROAD, Janesville Township. At 5:47 p.m. Monday, a van driven by Thomas E. Stapleman, 46, of 3938 S. County D, Janesville, went off the road and struck a tree. Stapleman was ticketed for drunken driving, driving too fast for conditions and non-registration. Stapleman was taken to a local hospital, but his condition Thursday was unknown.
-- COUNTY K SOUTH OF HIGHWAY 213, Plymouth Township. At 6:45 p.m. Sunday, a pickup truck driven by David M. Abrahamson, 61, of 11501 W. Skinner Road, Brodhead, collided with Adam M. Wetzel, 22, of 3915 S. County K, Orfordville, who was walking across the road. Abrahamson was ticketed for causing injury by drunken driving. Wetzel was treated and released from Beloit Memorial Hospital.
Rock County Court
-- MARK E. HUNT, 21, of 1525 Linden Ave., Janesville, possession of illegally obtained prescription, $299.
-- JAMES A.W. JACOBSEN, 32, of 333 N. High St., Apt. B, Janesville, domestic disorderly conduct, $187.
-- JONATHAN M. TURNMIRE, 19, of 503 S. Academy St., Janesville, charge of second-degree sexual assault of child dismissed.
-- SHANE S. TURNER, 38, of 811 N. Martin Road, Janesville, possession of cocaine/coca, $568. Charge of possession of drug paraphernalia dismissed but read into court record.