Public record for Sept. 14, 2010

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Gazette Staff
Tuesday, September 14, 2010
Rock County
Intoxicated driving arrests

-- MARK T. DE STEFANO, 56, of 3 Walworth Ave., Williams Bay, on Saturday at Milwaukee Street and Parker Drive, Janesville. It was reportedly his third offense.

-- PAUL E. REMER, 26, of 1320 Vista Ave., Janesville, at 2:05 a.m. Thursday at County E north of River Drive, Janesville Township. It was reportedly his second offense. Also ticketed for speeding.

-- DEBORAH L. KLEIN, 56, of 6219 S. Highway 51, Lot 1142, Janesville, at 7:28 p.m. Wednesday at his home. Also ticketed for open intoxicants.


-- MARISSA K. PANNELL, 26, of 621 W. Court St., Janesville, at 1:37 a.m. Monday at Court and River streets, Janesville, on a charge of possession with intent to distribute marijuana.

-- TYWON L. CANNON, South Beloit, Ill., at 9 p.m. Sunday along Center Avenue on charges of maintaining a drug trafficking place and delivery of heroin.


-- HIGHWAY 14 AND TARRANT ROAD, La Prairie Township, at 5:30 p.m. Friday, a pickup truck driven by Nathan M. Lippert, 19, of 4902 S. Highway 140, Clinton, a minivan driven by Paul F. Aukee, 56, Grayslake, Ill., and a car driven by William T. Jansen, 23, of 960 William St., Walworth, all collided. Lippert was ticketed for inattentive driving. Aukee and his passenger, Patricia K. Aukee, 56, Grayslake, Ill., were treated and released from Mercy Hospital, Janesville. Jansen also was treated and released from Mercy Hospital.

-- EAST MILWAUKEE STREET AT SOMERSET COURT, JANESVILLE, at 3:37 p.m. Wednesday. A vehicle driven y Jessica L. Van Horn, 28, of 1419 Excalibur Drive, Janesville, was struck in the rear by a car driven by Tyler S. Johnson, 17, of 504 Sussex Drive, Janesville. Van Horn was treated and released at Mercy Hospital. Johnson and two passengers in Van Hornís vehicle, Avery G. Van Horn, 2, and Aiden J. Van Horn, 4, were transported for medical treatment. Johnson was cited with inattentive driving.

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