Two accused of throwing pumpkin off Interstate overpass
Two Tomah men have been charged in Juneau County with being a party to 2nd degree reckless injury and criminal damage to property. According to the criminal complaint, in October 2012 18-year old Tanner Fryett and 20-year old Jeramy Robinson had allegedly thrown a pumpkin off the County Road ‘M’ overpass near New Lisbon and struck a semi traveling east on Interstate 90/94. The impact broke the windshield and injured the driver, 44-year old Jack Becker of Necedah. Becker needed medical care and the doctor told him he had a brain and inner ear injury which affected his ability to walk and now requires a cane. Both Robinson and Fryett are summoned to appear in court on January 23rd, 2013.
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