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Circuit Court: Oct. 3, 2014
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Green County


On Thursday:

• Shane R. Fleck, 29, Janesville, was found guilty due to a no-contest plea of disorderly conduct, he also had one count of disorderly conduct dismissed. Fleck owes a fine of $284.50. The charge stems from an incident on May 26. Police reports indicate Fleck got into a fight with a person at the Sweet Minihaha Campground on County E, Town of Decatur.

• Johnathan D. Murphy, 28, Madison, was found guilty due to a guilty plea of driving while intoxicated, second offense. Murphy will serve 15 days in local jail with work-release privileges, have his license revoked for 16 months, undergo alcohol and other drug assessment classes and is ordered to install an ignition interlock device for a period of 16 months after relicensing. Court records indicate that on April 16, Murphy had driven his truck into a ditch on Wisconsin 69. He told the responding officer that the driver "Josh," whom he had met at a bar had taken off on foot. Murphy admitted to drinking but not that he was in fact the driver. Several witnesses told the deputy Murphy was the driver and had told them he was going to "play dumb." Murphy owes the court $1,444.

• Gottlieb S. Brandli III, 22, no known address, had one count of fleeing an officer via a motorcycle dismissed as a part of a deferred prosecution agreement. Brandli will serve probation for one year and could have the charge expunged if he complies with all stipulations of the DPA. Court records indicate that on July 18 Brandli was driving a motorcycle southbound on Wisconsin 69, speeding up to 110 mph as a deputy attempted to pull him over with the squad's sirens and lights activated. Brandli passed multiple cars and lost the deputy by pulling off onto Benkert Road. The deputy caught up to Brandli after receiving an anonymous tip, and Brandli told the officer he couldn't hear the siren or see the lights. Brandli said he had pulled off on Benkert Road to visit friends while on his way to Monroe.

• Matthew T. Daly, 24, Monroe, was found guilty due to a no-contest plea of DWI, second offense. Daly also had one count of driving with a prohibited blood-alcohol concentration dismissed. He will serve 10 days in local jail, have his license revoked for 14 months, undergo AODA classes and is ordered to install an IID system upon relicensing. Court records indicate that on Oct. 5, 2013, law enforcement pulled Daly over after his vehicle entered the opposite lane while he was turning onto 20th Avenue in Monroe. The responding officer had Daly perform a field sobriety test due to the fact Daly's eyes were bloodshot, the smell of intoxicants and he was slurring his words. He had a preliminary breath test result of .18 percent. Daly owes a fine of $1,342.