Public record for Oct. 26, 2011
-- IAN J. HARRIS, 24, of 1335 Laramie Lane, Janesville, No. 5, at 2:04 a.m. Monday at the Janesville Police Department on a charge of substantial battery.
Intoxicated driving arrests
-- JASON M. CLEASBY, 35, of 3911 County D, Janesville, at 2:04 a.m. Sunday at Badger Street and Mount Zion Avenue in Janesville. The arrest was listed as Cleasby’s third on an intoxicated driving charge.
-- BRUCE A. MCCORMICK, 63, of 2121 S. Pow Wow Trail, Beloit, at 8:38 p.m. Saturday on County S east of Interstate 90/39 in Turtle Township.
-- BURGLARY to Slicks Bar, 309 Rockport Road, Janesville, reported early Monday morning. A 40-inch flat-screen TV was taken.
-- BURGLARY AND THEFT, reported at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the 700 block of Kellogg Avenue, Janesville. Reported taken was a piggy bank containing $50 in change.
-- HIGHWAY 51 NORTH OF BLACK BRIDGE ROAD in Janesville Township. At 9:57 a.m. Thursday, Beverly J. Reynolds of Rockford, Ill., was stopped in traffic southbound on Highway 51 while officials responded to a traffic accident. Her Dodge Durango was rear-ended by a pickup truck driven by Norman L. Engen, 84, of 105 Thronsen Drive, Edgerton, who was driving south on Highway 51. A third vehicle, driven by Bryant M. Schulte, 18, of 208 Park Lane, Edgerton, crashed into Engen’s truck. Norman Engen and an occupant in Reynolds’ car, Irene D. Engen, 80, 11 E. Hubert St., Edgerton, were transported to Mercy Hospital and Trauma Center, Janesville. Irene Engen was treated and released. Norman Engen remained in the hospital in good condition Monday morning. Norman Engen was ticketed for failure to yield. Schulte was ticketed for following too closely.
-- MOTOR HOME FIRE, at 5:16 p.m. Monday at 6354 W. Lynne Drive in Janesville Township. Owner Jack Kale, 4549 N. Katherine Drive, Janesville Township, was taking the vehicle to storage when smoke started coming from the dashboard. The vehicle was fully engulfed by the time Janesville firefighters arrived. The 1988, 32-foot vehicle was valued at $5,000. Melted plastic had to be scraped off the road. No one was injured.