Intoxicated/Impaired Driver

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Incident Report for Case #2014-233442

Incident Type

Intoxicated/Impaired Driver

Incident Date

07/21/2014 – 10:35 PM


USH 12 WB/Todd Dr (Westbound Hwy 12)


Jolynn A. Stenehjem; F/W; 44-years old
Charges: OMVWI Causing Injury


White Female; 19-years of age


Madison Police responded to a report of a pinned vehicle and four car crash on the beltline.  Upon arrival, Madison Fire Department extracted a driver and the Madison Police Department conducted the crash investigation.  Stenehjem and the driver of another vehicle were transported to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries.  Stenehjem was subsequently arrested for OMWVI causing injury.  The Madison Police Department would like to remind drivers to operate motor vehicles in a safe manner and to drive sober.   

Released 07/22/2014 at 1:14 AM by Sgt. Shannon Blackamore

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11:15 p.m. EDT, July 21, 2014

The case of an accused child molester who was pummelled by his victim’s father in Daytona Beach has made international headlines, and according to a report, the father is now seeking donations— and has posted his abused son’s picture online as part of that plea.

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