Rock County


JEFFREY K. BUGGS, 41, of 2504 Lucerne Drive, at 8:08 p.m. Wednesday in Janesville on charges of strangulation and suffocation, false imprisonment, disorderly conduct and battery, all with domestic violence enhancers.

CRYSTAL M. FREEMAN, 31, of Beloit, at 10:53 a.m. Wednesday in the 8900 block of South Suburban Drive, town of Turtle, on a charge of burglary. A credit union account card and two gift cards were reported stolen.

Intoxicated driving arrest

JAMES A. ZADOKA, 34, of 820 E. Milwaukee St., Janesville, at 2:21 a.m. Thursday at the intersection of South Pearl Street and Rockport Road, Janesville, on charges of first-offense OWI and possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.


BURGLARY reported at 4:32 p.m. Wednesday in the 9600 block of East L J Townline Road, town of Lima, where Rock County sheriff’s deputies say an AK-47 and AR-15 were taken from a home, along with a mason jar with $1,000 of cash inside.


PARKING LOT AT 1800 CENTER AVE., Janesville, at 3:28 p.m. Feb. 2. The sun was glaring at Angela P. Harris, 40, of 1466 Swallow Lane, Janesville, who drove into a cement post where a light pole had fallen. The post had a cone on top that Harris did not see. Harris was treated and released at SSM Health St. Mary’s Hospital-Janesville for a suspected minor injury.


ROY L. VANHORN-SEXTON JR., 28, of 434 S. Arch St., Janesville, with substantial battery and disorderly conduct as acts of domestic abuse and contact after a domestic-abuse arrest. He is accused of assaulting a woman he knows in Edgerton on Tuesday night and calling her the next day from the Rock County Jail, violating the 72-hour no-contact provision. The woman was treated in an emergency room.

Walworth County


DANIEL L. BIERSACH, 23, of 2084 Lilly St., No. 3, East Troy, with strangulation and suffocation, battery, and disorderly conduct, all with domestic abuse assessments. Village of East Troy police say on Jan. 30, Biersach hit a pregnant woman he knows in the face, headbutted her and put his arm and hands around her neck.

EMMANUEL M. HERNANDEZ, 24, of 473 E. Geneva St., No. 31, Elkhorn, with escape. Walworth County sheriff’s deputies say on Sept. 6, Hernandez was released to work but did not return.

WHITNEY E. JENSEN, 32, of Greenville with three counts of party to delivering methamphetamine and one count of party to delivering heroin. Walworth County sheriff’s deputies say in late May and June in the village of East Troy, they conducted controlled buys of the drugs from Jensen.

HECTOR PEREZ, 40, of 410 N. Terrace St., No. 6, with two counts of first-degree sexual assault of a child, sexual exploitation of a child, possession of child porn and exhibition of child porn. City of Delavan police and Walworth County sheriff’s deputies say Perez shared on Facebook a sexually explicit video featuring a young boy. Police also say he made a young girl he knows perform sex acts on him multiple times.

JOSE M. VILLALBA, 24, of Harvard, Illinois, with substantial battery and disorderly conduct. Walworth County sheriff’s deputies say on Jan. 27, Villalba hit a man he knows in the face multiple times, breaking a bone near the man’s nose, and threatening to come back.

JACOB D. WITT, 25, of Beloit, with escape. Walworth County sheriff’s deputies say on Jan. 30, Witt was supposed to attend a victim-impact panel and return to jail but he never attended the panel and stole a car belonging to someone he knows. does not condone or review every comment. Read more in our Commenter Policy Agreement

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