Grant County Reports

15.01.2021
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January 14, 2021Sheriffs call for Calm across the State of Wisconsin Over the past couple of weeks, many Wisconsin residents were disappointed, shocked, and angered by either the national election results or the rioting in Washington D.C. at the Capitol.As Sheriffs of the State of Wisconsin, our duties include maintaining peace and public order. We acknowledge many people in our communities feel frustrated and not heard in the most recent Presidential Election. While you may want to voice your concerns and be vocal about them, we as Sheriffs ask that you do so peacefully and respectfully. We understand that being a good citizen means being involved in the operations of our government. You can do this by running for office, contacting those elected to office, and, yes, even voicing your concerns through peaceful demonstrations as protected by the first amendment.The Badger State Sheriffs’ Association (BSSA) is the Association of the 72 Wisconsin Sheriffs existingto support the Office of Sheriff. According to Sheriff Nate Dreckman, BSSA President, the BSSA is reaching out to each County Sheriff, asking them to respectfully request that in coming weeks and months that all citizens exercise their constitutional rights with discretion, care, and common sense in mind. While it is your right to carry and bear arms, doing so in a public fashion may lead to incidents that may likely bring scrutiny to your cause, which will draw attention away from the true cause you are there. “Please remember that we, as law enforcement have a sworn duty to enforce the law. If you step outside of the law, there will be consequences; however, we will also protect everyone’s constitutional rights,”stated Sheriff Dreckman.We will not tell you what to do, but be mindful that you may not know who you are standing next to during a protest. For that reason, you may want to stay home. Those persons may take actions that may put you in a difficult position. Law enforcement around our country is hopeful that no law enforcement action will be needed anywhere. We ask everyone to do their part to ensure that constitutional rights are protected, and it is done so in a peaceful and orderly way. Please don’t be the reason that your Sheriff needs to take action to maintain that peace and public order.Wisconsin Sheriffs are committed to keeping the peace while serving and protecting their citizens andhave good relations with their county residents. Sheriffs will take appropriate actions to keep their citizens informed when known criminal activity impacts their county or a threat to their safety is present. As the formulation of plans for protests during this upcoming week and after continue, we ask that you use good judgment. Consider the repercussions of your actions before taking part; we only want you to be safe!
23.11.2020
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One Vehicle Rollover into CreekPLATTE RD, POTOSI, WIOn November 20, 2020 at approximately 9:37am Grant County Deputies were dispatched to a report of a one vehicle rollover crash on CTH B near Platte Rd, located in the Township of Harrison. Krista Eash, age 21 from Potosi, was traveling eastbound in her 2006 Ford Five Hundred. While negotiating a curve, Eash's vehicle entered the gravel shoulder on the south side of the roadway. Eash overcorrected, fishtailed, spunout of control across both lanes of travel, left the roadway on the north side of CTH B, struck a fence, went down an eight foot embankment,rolled, and the vehicle came to rest on its roof in a creek. Eash was able to free herself and her 5 month old baby from the vehicle. Eash waswearing her seatbelt and her baby was properly restrained in a child seat. Eash received minor injuries but her baby was not injured. Bothwere transported to Southwest Health in Platteville by Potosi EMS for observation. Eash's vehicle was removed from the scene by Donnie'sTire and Tow of Dickeyville. The vehicle had severe damages throughout. Eash was cited for Operating After Suspension.Roll Over Results in OWI 3rd OffenseBAGLEY, WI.On 11-21-20. just after midnight, a Grant County Sheriff's Deputy located a truck rolled onto its side on CTH P near CTH X in WyalusingTownship. The driver, LeAnn Bradley, age 55 of Edgerton, WI, was found to be stuck inside the vehicle. Once removed by Bloomington Fire,Bagley Fire, and West Grant EMS, Bradley was transported to Crossing Rivers Health. It was found that Bradley was impaired at the time ofthe crash and arrested for OWI 3rd Offense. Assisting with the incident was B&M Towing and PDC PD. **Persons arrested by the Grant County Sheriff's Office are presumed innocent until proven guilty by a court of law. An arrest is only anindication that probable cause exists to bring formal charges.** The names of victims and witnesses to a crime have been withheld inaccordance with §950.04.
13.11.2020
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Grant County, Wisconsin Coronavirus Cases, and DeathsTrack the spread of COVID-19 by county. Data Updated Nov 13, 2020KNOWN CASES 2,804 In Grant County, Wisconsin, there were 69 newly reported COVID-19 cases on Nov 12, 2020.DEATHS 50In Grant County, Wisconsin, there were 0 newly reported COVID-19 deaths on Nov 12, 2020
08.11.2020
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Positive 2434 positive today 55Deaths 46Recovered 1894Tested 19834
07.11.2020
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 2,420 Positives

+69 positives todayActive cases2,378Recovered cases1829Fatal cases43+1NewsEnable GingerCannot connect to Ginger Check your internet connection or reload the browserDisable in this text fieldEditEdit in GingerEdit in Ginger×
07.11.2020
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Positives 20305. New positives 49Deaths 65Recovered 4008Tested  37595
06.11.2020
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Confirmed 2256/ 47 new cases Death's 39Recovered 1726Tested 19443
05.11.2020
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Positive 20209 56  new casesRecovered 1697Deaths 38 Tested 19321
04.11.2020
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Positive 2253Deaths 38Recovered 2673Tested 19125
03.11.2020
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One vehicle rolloverCFS20-27551 11/01/20 HWY 80, CUBA CITY, WI 53807On November 1, 2020 at approximately 12:14 a.m., Jordan A. Blundell, age 24 of Platteville was traveling south on STH 80 just south of Lone Road. Blundell crossed the center line and lost control of his 2006 Buick Lacrosse crashing into trees and a machine shed. Blundell refused treatment by Cuba City EMS. After an investigation, Blundell was arrested for operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. The vehicle was a total loss. The Grant County Sheriff's office was assisted by the Cuba City EMS and Fire Departments along with Donnie's Tire and Tow ofDickeyville.**Persons arrested by the Grant County Sheriff's Office are presumed innocent until proven guilty by a court of law. An arrest is only anindication that probable cause exists to bring formal charges.** The names of victims and witnesses to a crime have been withheld inaccordance with §950.04.One vehicle crash with injuriesCFS20-27619 11/01/20 Hwy 151, PLATTEVILLE, WI 53818The Grant County 9-1-1 center received a report of a one vehicle accident on Sunday, November 1. According to the Grant County Sheriff's Department, the rollover crash occurred at approximately 8:05 pm near Highway 151 and Hummingbird Road in Platteville Township. The investigation revealed that Daren Norman, age 37 of Dubuque, lost control of his vehicle. He was traveling northbound on HWY 151, and the vehicle entered the median and rolled approximately 2-3 times, coming to rest on its roof. Norman and his passenger, Sheeron Norman, age 35 of Dubuque, were transported to Finley Hospital in Dubuque by Southwest Health EMSand Dickeyville EMS to treat their injuries. Their juvenile passenger was uninjured in the accident. Assisting at the scene was the Platteville Fire Department, Southwest Health EMS, Dickeyville EMS, and UW-Platteville campus police. The crash remains under investigatio
 
 
 

 

Glen Haven man attempts to flee from traffic stop
CFS19-14756 05/31/19 TEXAS RD, BLOOMINGTON, WI 53804
 
On June 2, 2019, at approximately 7:51 p.m., a Grant County Deputy initiated a traffic stop on Texas Rd for a vehicle with a driver operating
while revoked. Gerald Mumm, 64 of rural Glen Haven was operating his 2004 Chevrolet tracker. Mumm's driving status is revoked. 
 
When the Deputy initiated the stop Mumm refused to pull over. Mumm leads the deputy on a low-speed chase for approximately five miles. Mumm drove to his home on Cottonwood Rd and parked in his front yard. Mumm refused to exit the vehicle. After back up arrived Mumm was again ordered to exit the vehicle, and he refused. Mumm was removed from the vehicle and arrested. The Grant County Sheriff's Office was
assisted on scene by Wisconsin DNR. Mumm was booked into the Grant County Jail for OWI second offense, obstructing, and felony eluding.
Mumm was also cited for operating after revocation.
 
**Persons arrested by the Grant County Sheriff's Office are presumed innocent until proven guilty by a court of law. An arrest is only an
indication that probable cause exists to bring formal charges.** The names of victims and witnesses to the crime have been withheld in
accordance with §950.04.
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Motorcycle Fatality US Hwy 151
CFS19-14875 06/01/19
 
Hwy 151, HAZEL GREEN, WI
 
On 06-01-19 at 6:02 pm a report was received by the Grant County Sheriff's Office of a motorcycle crash on Hwy 151 at Exit 1. Michael L.
Belter 51, Freeport Ill. was southbound on his 2011 Harley Davidson. Tina M. Herramann 51, Freeport Ill., was a passenger on the motorcycle. While negotiating a curve, the motorcycle entered the median striking an embankment. Herramann was pronounced dead by the Grant County Coroners Office at the scene. Belter was transported to Mercy Hospital by Dickeyville Ambulance. Assisting at the scene was Jamestown first responders and fire department, Dickeyville EMS, and WI State Patrol. The crash remains under investigation.
 
This is the 5th person killed in a motor vehicle crash in 2019.
 
HWY 151 ONE VEHICLE ROLLOVER
CFS19-14945 06/02/19 151/61, CUBA CITY
 
On June 2, 2019, at 12:23 PM a one-vehicle rollover was reported on Hwy 151 North of Badger Road in Jamestown Township. Joshua Kolb, age 33 of Oconomowoc, was driving a 2005 Honda southbound when he left the roadway and entered the center median. The vehicle then
rolled 2 times coming to rest on its roof in the northbound lane of traffic. Kolb was assisted from the vehicle by an off duty Dubuque Police Officer and was transported to Mercy Hospital by Dickeyville EMS for his injuries. Kolb was wearing his seat belt. The vehicle owned by Dean
Kolb received heavy damage and was removed from the scene by the Kieler Service Center. The Jamestown First Responders and Fire Department assisted at the scene. The crash remains under investigation.
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