Crawford Accidents

By: News Release
Jul 9th, 2019

On July 6th, 2019 at approximately 12:00am, both the Crawford County Sheriff's Office and Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources were dispatched to Graham Hollow Rd. in Scott Township for a report of a UTV rollover with injuries. Wardens and Deputies arrived and determined that a male identified as Michael Stalsberg, age 25 of Ferryville had a laceration to his forehead. Furthermore, it was discovered that there were a total of four people in the UTV at the time of the rollover. All other occupants of the UTV were wearing seat belts and were uninjured. The driver of the UTV was identified as Daniel Dombrowski, age 22 of Muskego, WI. Daniel later failed field sobriety testing and was taken into custody by the Wisconsin DNR. Stalsberg was transported to Gundersen in Boscobel by Boscobel EMS with non-life threatening injuries. Daniel was transported to the Crawford County Jail and charged with operating an ATV while intoxicated, causing injury.



On June 30, 2019, at approximately 1:48 a.m. the Crawford County Sheriff's Office received a 911 call of a one-vehicle traffic crash on County Rd K near The Crooked Oar, in Prairie du Chien Township.

A 2015 Toyota Tacoma driven by Beau M. Winters, age 24, of Maynard, IA was northbound on County Rd K when Winters lost control of the vehicle and crossed the center line. The vehicle then left the shoulder of the roadway and struck a trailer house. The front end of the truck became wedged under the trailer house and Winters was pinned in the driver seat of the vehicle. At the time of the crash, the trailer house was unoccupied.

Witnesses ran to the scene from another nearby residence. While on the scene, Winters was able to borrow a phone and make a phone call. During this time, Winters was able to get himself free from the vehicle on his own. As Law Enforcement and EMS were approaching the scene Winters fled on foot taking the borrowed phone with him. Winters was not able to be relocated and had suffered unknown injuries in the crash. Witnesses gave a direction of travel to Law Enforcement once they arrived on the scene. It was later determined that Winters got a ride away from the scene.

Witnesses stated that the Winters vehicle was going well over the posted 35 MPH speed limit just seconds before they heard it crash into the trailer house.

The vehicle was towed by Milos Towing, the vehicle sustained heavy damage and the trailer house had moderate damage. Winters was later contacted and found to have only suffered minor injuries from the crash.

Winters was issued citations for Failure to Notify Police of an Accident, Hit and Run Property Adjacent to the Highway, Unreasonable and Imprudent Speed, Failure to Maintain Control, Left Of Center and Meddling/Destruction of Property (cellphone) resulting in restitution for $1,000.

Prairie du Chien Police, Bridgeport Fire, Bridgeport 1st Responders, Tri-State EMS, and Madison Gas and Electric assisted on scene.



On June 29th, 2019, The Crawford County Sheriff’s Office K-9 Unit conducted a traffic stop on a 1998 Toyota Camry in the Township of Freeman, County of Crawford, WI. The deputy identified the driver as Mark Malli, age 54 of Cresco, Ia and his passenger Dawn DePaul, age 31 of Lawler, IA. The deputy observed Malli to be exhibiting severe signs of impairment from one or more controlled substances and placed Malli through field sobriety testing. Malli was ultimately arrested for operating with a restricted controlled substance 3rd offense.
A search of the vehicle yielded several hypodermic needles, plastic baggies with crystal substance, which later tested positive for methamphetamine, and other drug paraphernalia.
Upon further investigation, DePaul was arrested and charged with possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Malli was arrested and charged with operating with a restricted controlled substance 3rd offense, possession of drug paraphernal and operating without a valid license. Malli later tested positive for methamphetamine and THC.
Crossing Rivers Hospital assisted the Crawford County Sheriff’s Office.



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