Two people were referred to the Monroe County District Attorneyfor disorderly conduct after an Aug. 10 incident in the village of Warrens.

Police were called to a Waterslide Court residence to speak with Jayme N. Martinez, 40, Warrens, about a traffic crash. She told police she had been run off the road by her ex-boyfriend, Benjamin Adam Driscoll, 28, Tomah. She told police that she had a broken finger and large bruises as a result of injuries inflicted by Driscoll 10 days earlier. She said the finger was likely broken while she was on the ground in a “fetal position” while Driscoll was kicking her.

Police later interviewed Driscoll, who denied trying to run Martinez off the road and denied hitting her. He said Martinez started the argument and that she “likes to make a spectacle of herself.” He said Martinez likely sustained her injuries from moving furniture.

Both were referred for disorderly conduct, and Driscoll was referred for battery.

In other Monroe County Sheriff’s Department news:

Ronald Junior Hage, 27, Oakdale, was referred to the district attorney for obstructing an officer and bail jumping after an Aug. 27 traffic top in the town of Oakdale.

Police initiated a traffic stop after clocking a vehicle driven by Hage traveling 60 mph in a 45 mph zone. According to the report, Hage didn’t produce a driver’s license and gave a false name with false birth date. He was issued a citation for operating a motor vehicle after suspension, which violated a bond condition from Chippewa County and triggered the bail jumping referral.

Christy L. Wuestewald, 38, Warrens, was referred to the district attorney for theft and obstructing an officer after being accused of stealing three items from a village of Warrens residence.

The victim told police that a ring valued at $6,200 and bottles of shampoo and conditioner were missing. A records search showed that Wuesterwald pawned the ring Aug. 7 for $300 at Pioneer Pawn Shop in Tomah and returned to reclaim the ring Aug. 23.

Police interviewed Wuesterwald Aug. 25. She reportedly told police she found the ring in the parking lot of Warrens Mall and denied she took the ring from the residence. The report says she retrieved the ring and turned it over to police during the interview.

Christopher C. Baumer, 32, and Brittany Nicole Ambrosini, 30, were referred to the district attorney for disorderly conduct after an Aug. 23 incident in the town of Sparta. Police were called after two children approached a neighbor’s residence and said that Baumer, 32, was “beating up” Ambrosini.

When police arrived, Ambrosini said she and Baumer were engaged in an intense verbal argument but nothing physical occurred.

Allyson Carissa Mezera, 27, and Devin Alan Schladweiler, 22, both of Warrens, were referred to the district attorney after an Aug. 22 incident in the village of Warrens.

Police responded to a May Street residence after Schladweiler ran to another residence with his shirt ripped and scratches on his face.The report says Schladweiler told police that he was attempting to pry a Nyquil bottle from Mezera’s hands when the two ended up wrestling on a bed. The report says Schladweiler acknowledged grabbing Mezera around the neck but only to keep her from consuming the Nyquil.

The report says Schladweiler had a quarter-sized bite mark on his chest. Mezera told police she thought Schladweiler was trying to choke her.

Gabrielle Marie Lazar, 22, Sparta, was referred to the district attorney for operating with a revoked driver’s license and bail jumping after an Aug. 27 traffic stop in the town of Sparta.

Police initiated the traffic stop on Highway 27 after Lazar failed to dim her headlights. During the traffic stop, it was determined Lazar had a no-contact order with the passenger, which triggered the bail jumping referral.

Jennifer M. Carmichael, 40, and Travis M. Noland, 35, both of Black River Falls, were referred to the district attorney for disorderly conduct after an Aug. 17 incident in the town of Little Falls.

Police responded to an Admiral Road residence for a report of a possible assault. When police arrived, Carmichael and Noland were standing outside the residence. The report says the two began arguing over Noland’s whereabouts.

During the interview with Carmichael, police determined she was intoxicated and in violation of a bond condition that prohibits her from consuming alcohol, which triggered a bail jumping referral.

Floyd F. Mueller, 70, Tomah, was referred to the district attorney after an Aug. 17 incident in the town of LaGrange.

Police were dispatched to a Formica Road residence shortly before 7 a.m. in response to a disturbance. A woman said Mueller showed up at her residence in violation of a restraining order and threatened to kill her. Mueller was handcuffed and transported to the Monroe County Jail. He was referred for disorderly conduct and violating a restraining order.

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Steve Rundio is editor of the Tomah Journal. Contact him at 608-374-7785.

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