Susan Hohmann Obituary, Woman killed In Fatal Crash Near Janesville Identified

Susan Hohmann Obituary, Death – The Rock County Medical Examiner’s Office has identified the woman who perished in an automobile accident that occurred over the weekend near to Janesville as the person who was killed in the incident. Susan Hohmann, who was 55 years old and from Janesville, Wisconsin, lost her life in a car accident that took place early on Sunday morning close to the intersection of South County Highway D and West Hanover Road.

According to the preliminary findings of a forensic examination that was carried out on Sunday by the office of the medical examiner, it was determined that Hohmann had died as a result of injuries incurred in the collision. This conclusion was reached based on the findings of the investigation that was carried out. Mark McCoy, 49, of Janesville, is charged with homicide by impaired use of a vehicle in connection with the event, in addition to three counts of felony bail jumping. The charges stem from the same occurrence.

He is suspected of driving while under the influence of alcohol, which resulted in the death of another individual. On Monday, he was provided with a first appearance in the Rock County Circuit Court, and it was during this time that the judge decided that the cash bond would be established at the amount of $100,000.
McCoy was allegedly driving north on South County Road D close to West Hanover Road when he allegedly crossed the center line, which resulted in a collision with Hohmann’s vehicle and caused injuries to Hohmann. This is according to the claims stated by the authorities. It was discovered that she had died at the location where she was found.