Grant County Reports
On 1/27/20 at approximately 5:30 p.m., Zachary Rohrbach, age 23 of Potosi, was traveling northbound on Hwy 61, just north of Dickeyville, in his 2005 GMC Sierra. Zachary was looking at a building along the road and failed to see a 2007 GMC Yukon driven by Penny Morrison, age
33 of Dickeyville. Penny was legally stopped, with her turn signal activated, waiting to pull into her driveway. Zachary's truck rear-ended Penny's vehicle causing disabling damage to both vehicles. Possible minor injuries were reported, but EMS transport was refused. Zachary
was cited for Inattentive Driving.Dickeyville Fire, Dickeyville EMS, and Donnie's Tire and Tow assisted at the scene.
, CUBA CITY, WI 53807
On January 29, 2020 at approximately 2:13 a.m., the Grant County Sheriff's Office received a report of a one vehicle roll over on Hwy 80 justsouth of Lone Road. Before a deputy arrived on scene, the Sheriff's Office received other reports of a male subject, who was not friendly,walking north of the crash scene falling down at times. At approximately 2:20 a.m., a deputy arrived on scene and found a white 2000 Ford Ranger belonging to Taylor J. Mullikin (22) of Platteville on its side with no one around. K9 Riggs was utilized in tracking Taylor Mullikin and located him about 4 tenths of a mile north of the crash scene. Just as the K9 unit was getting close to Taylor Mullikin, his brother Tanner J.Mullikin (20) of Platteville stopped and picked up Taylor. A Grant County Patrol Sergeant was behind Tanner and immediately conducted a traffic stop. Taylor Mullikin was uncooperative, placed underarrest, but continued to resist arrest. Taylor was arrested for OWI 1st, Disorderly Conduct, Resisting or Obstructing an Officer, and cited forinattentive driving, failure to wear a seatbelt and open intoxicants in a motor vehicle. Due to the behavior and interference of Tanner Mullikin at the scene of the traffic stop, he was cited for obstruction. Taylor Mullikin was transported to Southwest Health Center in Platteville where he continued to be resistive and kicked a Platteville Police Officer, who was assisting at the hospital, which lead to an additional charge of Battery to Law Enforcement Officers. Assisting the Grant County Sheriff's Office was the Platteville Police Department and SOS Towing of Platteville.
**Persons arrested by the Grant County Sheriff's Office are presumed innocent until proven guilty by a court of law. An arrest is only anindication that probable cause exists to bring formal charges.** The names of victims and witnesses to a crime have been withheld in
accordance with §950.04.