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Public record for April 26, 2012

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Gazette staff
April 26, 2012
Rock County
Arrests

-- JEFFERY A. KNUTSON JR., 23, of 917 McKinley St., No. 1, Janesville, at 5 p.m. Friday at the Rock County Jail on maintaining a drug place and possession with intent to deliver marijuana. LATRICE D. COKES, 32, same address, and CHARLES L. WILKS, 44, same address, at 4 p.m. Wednesday, April 18, on maintaining drug place. ANYSSIA D. COKES, 24, same address, also was arrested at 4:21 p.m. April 18 at home on charges of maintaining a drug place, drug paraphernalia and possession with intent to deliver marijuana.


-- DARMECO M. COLLINS, 37, of 6219 S. Highway 51, No. 2C, Janesville, at 5:36 p.m. Sunday at home on charges of being a felon in possession of a firearm, first-degree endangering safety and domestic disorderly conduct stemming from an incident on March 30 where he allegedly discharged a shotgun in the home during a dispute. He also was arrested on a bench warrant charging him with failure to appear in court on a previous charge of domestic substantial battery.


-- NORMAN E. HAYES HUNTER, 35, Chicago, at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday at Main and Racine streets, Janesville, on three counts each of manufacture/deliver cocaine, possession of controlled substance on/near certain places and maintaining a drug trafficking place.


Reported

-- CRIMINAL DAMAGE TO PROPERTY reported at 4:50 p.m. Monday at 1100 block of E. Memorial Drive. A resident reported hearing noises overnight and discovered later that a window at their home had several holes that appeared to be from a pellet gun or similar weapon. One of the residentís vehicles and paneling by the front door of the home also had marks. Another resident reported seeing a Hispanic male with long, curly hair sitting in a black SUV at various locations in the neighborhood in the nights leading up to the damage.


-- BURGLARY to a camping trailer in the 1900 block of Rockport Road, Janesville, reported at 7:42 p.m. Monday.


Accidents

-- HIGHWAY 26 AT COUNTY N, MILTON TOWNSHIP, at 12:10 p.m. Friday. A vehicle driven by Kathleen M. Voss, 48, Hanover Park, Ill., was southbound on Highway 26 when she struck a westbound vehicle driven by Anna E. Brickman, 22, of 1925 Eastwood Ave., Janesville, in the intersection. Voss was treated and released at Mercy Hospital and Trauma Center, Janesville. Brickman was treated and released at Mercy Clinic North emergency room, Janesville, and cited for failure to yield right of way from stop sign.


-- HIGHWAY 59 WEST OF HARBOR ROAD, FULTON TOWNSHIP, at 5:33 p.m. Friday. A recreational vehicle trailer was stopped westbound waiting to turn left when a line of cars stopped behind it. A westbound vehicle driven by Hannah M. Purnell, 17, of 5628 E. M.H. Town Line Road, Milton, was unable to stop to avoid a collision with the last stopped vehicle, striking the vehicle driven by Steven L. Kruckenberg, 58, of 308 Chamberlain St., Edgerton. The impact caused Kruckenbergís vehicle to strike the back of a vehicle driven by Shefik Ibraimi, 29, Stoughton, whose vehicle then struck the back of a vehicle driven by Zachary R. Petitt, 26, Fort Atkinson. A fifth westbound vehicle behind Purnellís, driven by Jan A. C. Rosenbaum, 27, of 6307 W. Highway 59, Edgerton, attempted to avoid the collision by driving off the north side of the road, but it struck the back end of Purnellís vehicle. Purnell was cited for following too closely. Kruckenberg was cited for operating while intoxicated. Kruckenberg and his passenger, Tod R. Bothom, 53, of 800 Elm Drive, No. 120, Edgerton, were treated at an area hospital.



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