Waushara County accident report

The Waushara County accident reports recorded from the Waushara County Sheriff's Office are as follows:
• 5/5/17: A one-vehicle accident occurred at 3:00 a.m. on State Road 73, Town of Wautoma. Alejandro Jaramillo, 26, Plainfield, was traveling southbound he fell asleep, crossed the centerline and entered the ditch overturning his vehicle. No injuries were reported.

• 5/5/17: A one-vehicle accident occurred at 12:33 p.m. on State Road 73, Town of Marion. Sharon Dustin, 71, Neshkoro, was traveling southbound on State Road 73 with a small dog. The dog jumped on her lap resulting in the Dustin driving off the roadway to the right, entering the ditch and coming to a rest partially submerged on the right side in a small lake. No injuries were reported.

• 5/8/17: A one-vehicle accident occurred at 1:26 p.m. on Marie Lane, Town of Aurora. Rustam Usmanov, 43, Aurora, IL, was driving a semi-tractor with a flatbed trailer making a right turn from eastbound Sunset Lane onto Marie Lane. Usmanov operated across the centerline and into the east ditch of Marie Lane onto private lawn and sank into the soft ground causing large ruts in the lawn and became stuck. No injuries were reported.

• 5/9/17: A one-vehicle accident occurred at 10:25 a.m. on State Road 152, Town of Mt. Morris. Peter Searls, 67, Wild Rose, was traveling northbound on State Road 152 when his vehicle entered the east ditch, skidding out of control, striking mailboxes and continuing into the ditch, striking a phone pedestal and 35 MPH Speed Limit sign and post and become disabled tearing the driver’s side wheel from the vehicle. When the deputy arrived, he was told by the property controller, Mt. Morris Lutheran Church Pastor, that the male who she believed was the driver was staggering around and stated he wanted a ride home or otherwise he would go to prison. The pastor stated two males in pickup truck that stopped at the scene gave the male a ride. Deputies checked the residence and local bars for the registered owner and were unable to locate him. The deputies issued six citations by mail. Possible injuries were reported.

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