SHERIFF JOHN SPEARS REPORTS THE FOLLOWING ONGOING ACTIVITIES FOR THE YEAR AND NARRATIVE EXCERPTS FROM THE WEEK ENDING February 18, 2013
2/11 Jerry Davidsavor, Stoddard, lost control of his vehicle on his ice covered driveway, and struck a tree. He reported no injuries.
2/13 James Nash, Illinois, pulled out of a parking area of Central Express, City of Westby, when his semi trailer made contact with the fender of a parked truck owned by Central Arkansas Truck Leasing, Inc. No injuries occurred.
2/14 Kristopher Olson, La Crosse, lost control of his vehicle on a curve of County Road P, Town of Clinton. He went off road and struck a fence belonging to David Reed, Viroqua.
2/16 Michael Wojczak, La Farge, said his tires are “horrible” causing him to lose control on a curve of State Highway 131, Town of Kickapoo. He crossed the oncoming traffic lane, went off road, striking the guardrail and several trees. He reported no injury.
2/16 Mary Parrish, Hillsboro, was turning left on Mill Street, City of Hillsboro, when she struck a parked vehicle owned by Madonna Smallwood, Reedsburg. No injuries were incurred.
2/17 Jay Amenda, Viroqua, lost control of his vehicle on East Smith Road, Town of Viroqua. He crossed the oncoming traffic lane and went into the ditch. Amenda reported no injuries.
2/18 7 reportable car/deer crash this week:
Marvin Elsen, Chaseburg, on US Highway 14, Town of Coon;
Brandon Gentz, Iron Ridge, on US Highway 14, Town of Hamburg;
Joshua Hanson, Viroqua, on Hinkst Hollow Road, Town of Franklin;
Bailey Klemp, Hillsboro, on State Highway 82, Town of Hillsboro;
Derek Larson, Hillsboro, on State Highway 33, Town of Hillsboro;
Carolyn Parr, Viroqua, on State Highway 56, Town of Harmony;
Lea Cornell, Hillsboro, on County Road V, Town of Forest;
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This past week Year to Date
Alarm Responses 5 43
Animal Related issues 9 66
Assisting Municipalities 36 253
Crimes Against People 24 145
Crimes Against Property 14 84
Domestic Crimes 3 24
Fire Responses 19 146
K-9 Calls 3 13
Medical Responses 41 314
Mental Health Cases 1 12
Missing Person Investigations 4 21
Safety Escorts 5 54
School Walk Through 14 64
Search and Rescues 0 1
Security Check 150 1065
Serving Legal Documents 41 257
Suspicious Activity Investigations 11 83
Threat Investigation 2 10
Traffic Accidents 21 284
Traffic Related Investigations 51 564
Vehicle Lockouts 13 61
Weapons Investigation 0 3
Unclassified Calls for Assistance 39 332
TOTAL CALLS FOR SERVICE 552 4231
ADMISSIONS INTO COUNTY JAIL 16 122
IF YOU HAVE INFORMATION ON AN ABOVE CRIME, OR ANY CRIME, CALL CRIME STOPPERS AT 637-8477 OR 1-800-657-6868.
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