Rock County


THEFT at 2:46 p.m. Tuesday in the 9000 block of North Arrowhead Shores Road, town of Fulton. A man said he left a bag of hunting equipment in his unlocked truck several days earlier, and he noticed it was gone. Someone stole the bag and its contents, including a camera, tripod, bullets and a wild game card at a cost of $440.


MICHAEL C. HOGG, 24, of 14 Garfield St., Edgerton, with second-offense possession of marijuana. He is accused of possessing marijuana during a traffic stop Dec. 23 on North Main Street in Edgerton.

CORINNA S. WILSON, 38, of 8½ Lord St., Edgerton, with possession of narcotics and bail jumping. She is accused of possession of heroin after she was found unconscious and overdosing in the restroom of Kwik Trip, 505 N. Main St., Edgerton, on Dec. 29. She was revived with Narcan. She was charged with possession of heroin in June and August.

Walworth County


NATHANIEL A. CARLOCK, 36, of 158 Martin St., Sharon, with sex offender registry violation. A state Department of Corrections registry specialist said Carlock did not return several messages to various media as he is required to provide an updated address.

ISRAEL HERNANDEZ, 24, of 127 N. Walworth St., No. 1C, Darien, with escape and criminal damage to property. Walworth County sheriff’s deputies say Hernandez on Jan. 5 broke off his electronic monitoring bracelet and left the home where he was supposed to be staying.

RUDOLFO A. LOPEZ, 17, of 1086 Wells St., No. 3, Lake Geneva, with three counts of delivering marijuana and possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Walworth County sheriff’s deputies say in December, they conducted controlled buys of marijuana wax from Lopez before executing a search warrant on Dec. 20 and finding 25.11 grams of marijuana, a pipe and two glass water bongs.

GEORGE SMITH, 64, of 903 Wells St., No. 17, Lake Geneva, with failure to provide information as an out-of-state sex offender. Lake Geneva police say on or about Jan. 16, Smith had moved to Lake Geneva from Illinois without registering within three days, as he is required to do.

MITCHELL B. VOGELMAN, 21, no listed address, with a repeater count of identity theft for financial gain. Town of Delavan police say between Nov. 20 and Dec. 11, Vogelman spent $773.46 using financial cards from people he knows without their permission.

THOMAS K. WALKER, 31, of Beach Park, Illinois, with escape. Walworth County sheriff’s deputies say on Dec. 21, Walker left the jail for work release purposes to go to an interview that they later learned he never attended before not returning to the jail. does not condone or review every comment. Read more in our Commenter Policy Agreement

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