SHERIFF JOHN SPEARS REPORTS THE FOLLOWING ONGOING ACTIVITIES FOR THE YEAR AND NARRATIVE EXCERPTS FROM THE WEEK ENDING May 26, 2014.

5/19  A tackle box was found at Sidie Hollow Park, and turned over to the Sheriff’s Office.

5/22 Summer Scott, Kendall, was southbound on White Hollow Road, Town of Whitestown, when she lost control on a corner, crossed the oncoming traffic lane, went into the ditch and stopped between two trees.  She reported injuries and her car was totaled.  Scott was transported to Vernon Memorial Hospital by a private party.

5/22  Jesse Schick, Hillsboro, lost control of his motorcycle on a curve of County Road F, Town of Hillsboro.  He drove down the embankment and tipped over.  Schick was transported to Hillsboro Hospital by Hillsboro Ambulance Service for his injuries.

5/26  Bradley McGlothlin, Genoa, swerved to miss an animal on State Highway 56, Town of Viroqua, crossed the oncoming traffic lane, and struck a power pole.  He reported no injuries in the crash, but his passenger complained of neck pain.

5/26                 6 reportable car/deer crashes:

Sheila Alderman, Westby, on County Road S, Town of Liberty;

Todd Berger, La Crosse, on US Highway 14, Town of Coon;

Jacob Johnson, La Farge, on County Road F, Town of Hillsboro;

Gabriel Christian, Hillsboro, on State Highway 82, Town of Webster;

Jennifer Bauer, Richland Center, on US Highway 14, Town of Franklin;

Thomas Finley, Franklin, on US Highway 14, Town of Franklin.

This past week                         Year to Date

Alarm Responses                                           6                            144

Animal Related issues                                     20                         225

Assisting Municipalities                                   74                        1236

Crimes Against People                                    45                         473

Crimes Against Property                                 19                         289

Domestic Crimes                                            7                           51

Fire Responses                                              61                          768

K-9 Calls                                                       1                           24

Medical Responses                                         44                          855

Mental Health Cases                                       3                           76

Missing Person Investigations                         4                           78

Safety Escorts                                                3                           122

School Walk Through                                     7                           186

Search and Rescues                                        0                          2

Security Check                                               98                         2479

Serving Legal Documents                                13                         553

Suspicious Activity Investigations                    12                         272

Threat Investigation                                        0                           16

Traffic Accidents                                            17                         553

Traffic Related Investigations                          188                       1808

Vehicle Lockouts                                            12                         177

Weapons Investigation                                   1                          17

Unclassified Calls for Assistance                      38                         826

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TOTAL CALLS FOR SERVICE                         722                         11,676

ADMISSIONS INTO COUNTY JAIL                    15                          379

IF YOU HAVE INFORMATION ON AN ABOVE CRIME, OR ANY CRIME, CALL CRIME STOPPERS AT 637-8477 OR 1-800-657-6868.                                                               John B. Spears, Sheriff