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Vernon County Sheriff’s report for week ending Feb. 18, 2013

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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;

* * * * * * * * * * * *
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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