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Public record for Jan. 25, 2011

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Gazette Staff
January 25, 2011
Rock County
Arrests

-- THOMAS F. TAYLOR, 43, of 2022 Conde St., Janesville, at 10:30 a.m. Monday at 605 Kellogg Ave., Janesville, on charges of burglary and theft, after an investigation of $1,038 that was taken from a safe at National Tire & Battery, 3005 Deerfield Drive, Janesville. Thomas was a service manager at the store. The money was recovered. Arrested in the same incident at the same time and place was JERRY L. CHRISTIANSON, 48, same address as Taylor, on a charge of resisting or obstructing an officer.


-- DANIEL A. WILLE, 30, of 1109 Jerome Ave., Janesville, at 1 a.m. Monday in the 900 block of Rockport Road, Janesville, on a charge of substantial battery. Wille is accused of punching another person.


Intoxicated driving arrests

-- A 16-YEAR-OLD JANESVILLE BOY at 3:12 a.m. Sunday at Navajo Drive and Winnebago Street, Janesville.


Accidents

-- HIGHWAY 11 EAST OF HIGHWAY 51, Rock Township. At 10:05 a.m. Saturday, a pickup truck driven by Wayne G. Sletten Jr., 28, Hustisford, and a vehicle driven by Thomas R. Jacobson, 54, of 2626 Omaha Drive, Janesville, collided in the intersection. Sletten was ticketed for inattentive driving. Jacobson was treated and released from Mercy Hospital and Trauma Center, Janesville. Jacobson's passenger, Veronica L. Jacobson, 47, of 2626 Omaha Drive, Janesville, was treated and released from Mercy. A second passenger, Amber L. Jacobson, 25, of 2626 Omaha Drive, Janesville, also was treated and released from Mercy.


-- RIVER ROAD SOUTH OF BROWN VIEW DRIVE, Janesville Township. At 8:20 a.m. Friday, a car driven by Elena Naranjo, 56, of 6113 S. Stone Farm Road, Edgerton, went off the road and struck a tree. Naranjo was ticketed for inattentive driving. Naranjo remained hospitalized at Mercy on Monday in good condition.


Reported

-- BURGLARY at 1:23 a.m. Sunday to a home in the 3400 block of Crabapple Lane, Janesville. When the owner came home, she found a suspect in her home and the window of a back door broken out. A small amount of cash and some electronics valued at $1,200 were taken.



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