Public record for Dec. 12, 2011
-- CARRINGTON C. Johnson, 25, Beloit, and Bryant L. Wilson, 18, Beloit, at 2 a.m. Sunday after a car left the parking lot of the Bear Chest, 1901 S. Wisconsin St., in Beloit Township. The men were arrested on charges of possession of marijuana with intent to deliver and possession of cocaine with intent to deliver. Town of Beloit police seized nearly a half-pound of marijuana and 7.7 grams of suspected cocaine and a large amount of cash.
-- MELVIN T. FIELDS JR., 26, of 1601 N. Randall Ave., No. 38, Janesville, at 10:30 p.m. Friday at home on charges of manufacturing or delivering marijuana.
Intoxicated driving arrests
-- TROY T. HARGROVE, 23, of 433 E. Linda Ave., Beloit, at 2:15 a.m. Saturday at Court Street and Parker Place in Janesville. The arrest was listed as Hargrove’s second on an intoxicated driving charge.
-- 3310 RIVERSIDE DRIVE in Beloit Township. At 2:02 a.m. Sunday, Ronald J. Eaton, 23, Beloit, was driving north on Riverside Drive when he crossed the southbound lane and left the road. He struck several mailboxes and trees before striking the house at 3310 Riverside Drive. Eaton was transported to Beloit Memorial Hospital, Beloit, where he was treated for non-life-threatening injuries. A 17-year-old passenger was transported to Mercy Hospital and Trauma Center, Janesville, where he was in stable condition Sunday. No one in the home was injured. The accident remains under investigation. Alcohol and speed are thought to be factors in the crash. City of Beloit police had tried to stop the same vehicle at Portland Avenue and Pleasant Street, but Eaton fled police.
-- JAMES R. SCHMITZ, 41, Madison, with stalking, knowingly violating a domestic abuse order and two counts of misdemeanor bail jumping. He is accused of repeatedly calling an Evansville woman.
-- IAN J. HARRIS JR., 24, of 1335 Laramie Lane, Janesville, with two counts of misdemeanor battery, one count of disorderly conduct and four counts of felony bail jumping. The charges are related to suspected domestic violence incidents on Nov. 16, 28 and Dec. 5.