A 29-year-old Galesville woman was referred to the Monroe County District Attorney for multiple charges after a fight broke out in a moving vehicle Sept. 11.
Police were called to a Farmland Avenue residence in the town of Sparta, where a man requested an ambulance after accusing Victoria R. Mosier of pushing him out of a car shortly before 9 p.m.
The man told police he was driving Mosier to Sparta when she grabbed the steering wheel, shifted the vehicle into park and began fighting with him. The man told Mosier he was going to call police when she tried to grab the phone.
The man said he then turned the ignition off, but after he was pushed out of the car, Mosier started the vehicle again and ran over his right leg as she left the scene. The report says both of the manâs knees were cut and bleeding.
During the altercation, the man said Mosier bent his car keys and ripped a piece of plastic from the steering column. He also said Mosier threatened to kill his dog and smear his residence with blood.
Mosier was referred from disorderly conduct, battery, criminal damage to property, recklessly endangering safety and operating a motor vehicle without the ownerâs consent. She also has bond conditions from Monroe County, which triggered a bail jumping referral.
In other Monroe County Sheriffâs Office news:
Juan C. Jimenez, 33, Sparta, was referred to the district attorney for bail jumping. He is accused of violating a non-contact order while a prisoner in the Monroe County Jail.
Myshell Leannrose Mike, 23, and Troy Anthony Stumblingbear, 25, both of Tomah, were referred to the district attorney after a Sept. 5 disturbance in the town of Byron.
Police were dispatched to an Epoch Road residence shortly after 7 p.m. after Mike told police an intoxicated Stumblingbear pushed her, threw her on a table, dumped a gallon of water on her head and broke her glasses. The report says there was broken glass on the sidewalk when police arrived and that Stumblingbear had locked Mike and the other residents out of the house.
Police approached the house with weapons drawn and were able to handcuff Stumblingbear without incident. He denied he was intoxicated or that his argument with Mike got physical. Mike acknowledged threatening to break a glass object belonging to Stumblingbear and following through on the threat by smashing it on the sidewalk in front of the house. She also admitted to smashing a vodka bottle in the same place.
The report says police observed several items of drug paraphernalia in the house allegedly belonging to Stumblingbear, including an ash tray, smoking devices, a small scale and a rolling tin.
Stumblingbear was referred for criminal damage to property, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. He and Mike were both referred for disorderly conduct.
Zakary Martin Halvorsen, 20, Hudson, and Alexander Edward Paulson, 23, Eau Claire, were referred to the district attorney for drug charges after a Sept. 13 traffic stop on Interstate 90-94 near Oakdale.
A 2004 Toyota Avalon driven by Halvorsen was eastbound on the highway shortly before 2:30 a.m. when police observed a defective registration lamp. Police detected the odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. Halvorsen reportedly told police the odor was from a skunk and told police, âif you want to search it you can go ahead.â
Police found a duffel bag that Paulson claimed was his. It allegedly contained 13 canisters labeled â800 mg pure clear THCâ and a zip-lock bag of marijuana weighing 41 grams. Police searched a backpack Halvorsen claimed was his and allegedly found four grams of psychedelic mushrooms, seven morphine pills, two Xanax pills, one Clonazepam pill, one Ecstasy pill and two grams of what Halvorsen described as âMDMA.â The search of the vehicle also allegedly found four dextroamphetamine sulfate pills.
Dispatch informed police that Paulson had a misdemeanor bond from St. Croix County.
Halvorsen was referred for possession of a narcotic drug, possession of LSD, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. Paulson was referred for possession of marijuana, possession of a controlled substance and bail jumping.
Amy Jo Talley, 25, Tomah, was referred to the district attorney for bail jumping after a Sept. 13 traffic stop in the town of LaGrange.
Police observed a westbound vehicle on Hwy. 21 with a defective headlamp and initiated a traffic stop. The report says the odor of freshly burned marijuana was coming from the vehicle and that Talley had green, leafy material on her shirt.
Police searched the vehicle and allegedly found glass, silicon and metal smoking devices with burned marijuana residue, a straightened paper clip with burned marijuana residue and a pill box with marijuana inside.
Talley was referred for possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and bail jumping.
Donald H. Fenningkoh III, 41, Sparta, was referred to the district attorney for bail jumping. He is accused of violating a bond condition that prohibits him from operating a motor vehicle unless properly licensed.
Christopher R. Lipscomb, 55, Milwaukee, was referred to the district attorney for operating after revocation and failure to install an ignition interlock device after a Sept. 11 traffic stop in the town of Leon. He was pulled over shortly before 3 a.m. for a defective registration lamp.
John A. Waugh, 28, Tomah, was referred to the district attorney for operating after revocation/drunk driving-related, failure to install an ignition interlock device and bail jumping after a Sept. 16 traffic stop in the town of LaGrange. He was pulled over for speeding shortly before 7 p.m. on Hwy. 12.
Alan Michael Hemmersbach, 25, Sparta, was referred to the district attorney after a Sept. 15 traffic stop in the town of Wells.
Dispatch informed police that Hemmersbach had a revoked driverâs license, and police initiated a traffic stop shortly before 7:30 p.m. on Hwy. 27 near Lake Road. Police detected an odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. The report says Hemmersbach acknowledged the presence of marijuana in the vehicle, and police found a bag with one gram of marijuana and a smoking device with burned marijuana.
Hemmersbach was referred for operating after revocation and possession of marijuana. He also has a bond condition that prohibits him from driving unless properly licensed, which triggered a bail jumping referral.
Tristan R. Klump, 22, Mauston, was referred to the district attorney for disorderly conduct after a Sept. 14 incident in the town of Greenfield. He is accused of grabbing a woman by the shoulder and slamming her into a screen door during an argument.
Benjamen Michael Johnson, 19, Tomah, was referred to the district attorney for multiple charges after police responded to a Sept. 15 traffic crash in the town of Tomah.
According to the report, a vehicle driven by Johnson drove into a ditch around 1 a.m. on Hwy. M. The vehicle sustained heavy damage, and the airbags were deployed. The report says Johnson told police he entered the ditch after being rear-ended by another vehicle, but police didnât believe the account because there were no paint marks from a different-colored vehicle on the rear of Johnsonâs vehicle. Johnson later admitted he wasnât rear-ended, according to the report.
The report says police detected an odor of intoxicants from Johnson, and a preliminary breath test recorded a blood-alcohol level of .068, under the legal limit of .08. After police conducted a field sobriety test, a search of Johnson allegedly found a marijuana smoking device and a bag of marijuana weighing 8.6 grams.
Johnson was referred for possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and operating after revocation. He also has a bond condition that prohibits him from possessing drugs or drug paraphernalia, which triggered a bail jumping referral.
Tyler J. King, 18, Wilton, was referred to the district attorney for bail jumping. He is accused of violating a no-contact order.
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