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Authorities redacting ID info from reports

4:08 PM, Jun. 18, 2013
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The Oconto County Sheriff's Department and the Oconto Police Department are no longer releasing information about people involved in auto accidents or people who report a property crime.

The new policy is in response to a federal court ruling last year, which ruled release of information generated from state motor vehicle or drivers licensing records unlawful.

That has prompted many Wisconsin law enforcement agencies over the past several months to start withholding information from records they previously released in the normal course of business under the state's Open Records Law. ...

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