Leonard who was pregnant was transported to FRHS by Stanton Rescue for treatment of possible internal injuries.
Koehler was not injured and was cited for speed too fast for conditions. Scene of Accident on Hwy 275 on Tuesday Morning SHERIFF'S OFFICE ASKING HELP IN IDENTIFYING BURGLARY SUSPECT(S) March 11, 2017 The Stanton County Sheriff's office is asking the public's help in identifying any of the five suspects shown below for their alleged involvment in a burglary in rural Stanton County, northeast of Madison earlier this year.
The accident knocked power out in the area including Green Fiber Insulation for about 30 minutes.
Power in Stanton also was effected briefly right after the collision.
Matthew Robinson was contacted near the Hwy 275 and Hwy 15 intersection by Pilger where he was found to be in possession of several different controlled substances including Methamphetamine, Morphine and Oxycodone among others.The accident occurred on Hwy 24 about three miles east of Norfolk, when an eastbound car driven by Amara Frisch of Stanton lost control of her vehicle and it left the roadway and struck a power pole in the south ditch.She was removed from her vehicle by Norfolk Fire and Rescue and taken to FRHS for treatment of a possible head injury.Also in District Court Jeff Davis, 38, of Norfolk entered a guilty plea to a charge of Attempted Possession of Methamphetamine.He was arrested last year by the Sheriff’s office following a traffic stop near Stanton. David Sehi, 34, of Stanton plead no contest to charges of Third Degree Assault and Resisting Arrest following an incident last fall at a Stanton residence that led to his arrest by the Sheriff’s office.