Black River Falls Police Department

2013-08-07T16:07:00Z Black River Falls Police Department La Crosse Tribune
August 07, 2013 4:07 pm

The following was reported by the Black River Falls Police Department:

July 28

8:34 p.m.: Diane J. Hopinka, 42, Black River Falls, was arrested for disorderly conduct following a disturbance on the 300 block of S. Second Street.

July 29

9:05 a.m.: A two-vehicle accident was reported on S. Second Street near Fillmore Street. Randy N. Dolesy, 58, Black River Falls, was pulling out of an alley onto S. Second Street when he struck a Chrysler Town & Country operated by Shari L. Breska, 43, Whitehall. Dolesy’s truck sustained very minor damage and Breska’s vehicle minor damage.

2:30 p.m.: Cody A. Cummings, 19, Black River Falls, was arrested on a probation hold and transported to jail.

Aug. 1

11 a.m.: Jonathan D. Barhyte, 18, Black River Falls, was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia for an incident that occurred in June.

Aug. 2

10:25 a.m.: A two-vehicle accident was reported on Highway 54 near McDonald Road. Timothy L. Fex, 58, Kitchener, Ontario, struck a vehicle operated by Christina M. Janke, 39, Alma Center. Fex was cited for failure to yield to the right of way.

6:56 p.m.: Zachary J. Shubert, 29, Black River Falls, was cited for theft after attempting to steal a hat from Walmart.

7:02 p.m.: Virginia S. Strandberg, 79, Black River Falls, was cited for speeding following a traffic stop on Winnebago Avenue near Roosevelt Road.

7:25 p.m.: Roger D. Bible, 49, Black River Falls, was arrested on a warrant and transported to jail.

11:32 p.m.: Tiffany M. King, 23, Black River Falls, was cited for failure to dim lights following a traffic stop on Main Street near Roosevelt Road.

Aug. 3

12:10 a.m.: Sarah A. Schomburg, 28, Tomah, was arrested for operating while intoxicated following a traffic stop on Fifth Street near Main Street.

12:30 p.m.: A two-vehicle accident was reported in the Kwik Trip parking lot. Howard L. Swallow, 65, Neillsville, backed into a vehicle operated by Donald E. Crandall Jr., 54, Black River Falls.

11:28 p.m.: Damon A. Amundson, 23, Black River Falls, was cited for operating a motor vehicle without insurance following a traffic stop on Main Street near N. Water Street.

Aug. 4

2:24 a.m.: Daniel J. Smothers, 43, Black River Falls, was cited for failure to obey a traffic sign following a traffic stop on Second Street near Harrison Street.

8:15 a.m.: A vehicle owned by Samantha J. Kurth, 20, Black River Falls, was cited for a parking violation after parking outside stalls in the N. First Street parking lot.

10 a.m.: Michelle R. Blackdeer, 42, Black River Falls, was cited for issuance of worthless checks after reportedly writing a bad check to Burnstad’s Market in May.

11:10 a.m.: Jessica Thorson, 28, Black River Falls, was cited for issuance of worthless checks after reportedly writing a bad check to Burnstad’s Market in July.

4:40 p.m.: A hit-and-run was reported on Main Street near S. Third Street. A vehicle driven by Carol J. Kenyon, 73, West Salem was struck behind by a vehicle that then left the scene.

Aug. 5

6:20 a.m.: Judith F. Crutchfield, 73, Black River Falls, was cited for issuance of worthless checks after reportedly writing a bad check to Burnstad’s Market in June.

11:50 a.m.: Peter T. Gosda, 52, Black River Falls, was cited for issuance of worthless checks after reportedly writing a bad check to Burnstad’s Market in July.

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  1. PFitzpatrick
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    PFitzpatrick - August 10, 2013 10:48 am
    Once again, our great local Kwik Trip has managed to dwarf the Fair's demolition derby with its poorly laid out parking lot. I really like the place but wish they would have done something to improve the situation with the recent remodeling and gas island renovations. It is only a matter of time before someone gets killed in that parking lot.

    They could have moved the diesel pumps out back, put the gas pumps where the diesel pumps are at, and left the front for an open and unobstructed parking lot for customers stopping in for a quick purchase. This would have eliminated the truck parking out back but there is a huge parking lot being unused just down the street at the old Wal-Mart. Some trucks use it already.
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