A Cazenovia woman has been charged in Juneau County with misdemeanor battery, criminal damage to property, disorderly conduct, and possession of drug paraphernalia.  According to the criminal complaint, in August a deputy was dispatched to JR Express on Highway 12/16 in southern Juneau County for a disturbance.  Investigation revealed 30-year old Lacy Storkson had allegedly hit and punched a 22-year old man in the gas station parking lot.  She also allegedly ripped a necklace off the man and he was unable to find it.  She also allegedly grabbed the ash tray stand next to the entrance and threw it at a 1990 Firebird scratching it.  Storkson had left the area prior to law enforcement arrival, but she was located across the road in the parking lot of Dairyland Driving School.  When questioned by the deputy, Storkson  called him a facist and said her name was ‘Jesus’.  Storkson was handcuffed and transported to the Juneau County Jail.  When asked about the victim’s necklace, Storkson denied having it.  A search of her purse did reveal a pot pipe, but no necklace.