Overturned vehicle

Brittany Williams, 33, of Princeton, was driving a Ford SUV Southbound on Farmersville Road when a deer entered the roadway. Williams swerved and applied the brakes, but due to slippery road conditions, the vehicle exited the roadway, hitting a culvert and overturning.

The Caldwell County sheriff’s office reported the following activity.

• Jan. 13, at 8:44 p.m., while on patrol, Caldwell County Sheriff’s Deputy Kenneth Vincer observed a vehicle make a left turn while failing to use a turn signal. Vincent conducted a traffic stop and following further investigation, served and arrested Timothy Matthews, 49, of Princeton, on a Lyon County District Court bench warrant for failure to appear. Matthews was charged with failure to use or improper turn signal and operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license. He was lodged in the Caldwell County jail.

• Jan. 13, at 9:12 p.m., Caldwell County Sheriff’s Deputy Jeremy Kolba conducted a traffic stop on an individual believed to have an active warrant out of Caldwell County. Upon conducting the stop and following further investigation, Deputy Kolba served and arrested Jeremy Wynn, 6, of Princeton, on a Caldwell County District Court bench warrant for failure to appear. Wynn was also charged with drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana. He was lodged in the Caldwell County jail.

• Jan. 15, 2021, at approximately 6:00 a.m., the Caldwell County Sheriff’s office was dispatched to a single vehicle rollover motor vehicle accident with injuries at the 2000 block of Farmersville Road. Upon investigation at the scene, Deputy Coleman Dixon notes Brittany Williams, 33, of Princeton, was driving a Ford SUV Southbound on Farmersville Road when a deer entered the roadway. Ms. Williams swerved and applied the brakes, but due to slippery road conditions, the vehicle exited the roadway, hitting a culvert and overturning. Williams was transported by EMS to Caldwell Medical Center for non-life threatening injuries. The Sheriff’s office was assisted on scene by Princeton Fire and Rescue, EMS as well as Wallace Towing.