Thursday, August 29
• At 2:55 p.m. a woman reported that the hood of her vehicle had been keyed. She was unsure where or when it happened, but believed it may have been at Winona Health’s parking lot at 850 Mankato Avenue.
• At 5:12 p.m. officers responded to a two-car collision at Fifth and Buchanan streets. No one was taken to the hospital; only minor injuries were reported.
• At 7:31 p.m. a man reported the theft of clothing and dishes from his residence on the 700 block of Olmstead Street.
• At 9:05 p.m. officers, state troopers, and emergency medical crews responded to a motorcycle-car collision at the intersection of Highway 61 and Highway 43 in Winona. According to the report, a 17-year-old boy driving a car north on Highway 43 turned left and hit the motorcyclist, who was headed southbound on Highway 43. The motorcyclist, a 31-year-old Winona man, was transported to Winona Health for the treatment of non-life-threatening injuries.
• At 11:47 p.m. officers cited Douglas Homer McClane, 20, of Bloomington, Minn., with giving false information to police after an officer on patrol reportedly witnessed McClane and another male shoving each other near Third and Lafayette streets and McLane allegedly gave the officer a false name and date of birth.
Winona County Sheriff
Thursday, August 29
• At 8:48 a.m. deputies arrested William Harry Redcay, 43, of St. Charles, on an active warrant and referred him to the county attorney for a potential charge of second-degree driving while intoxicated after he was stopped near the intersection of County Road 35 and Highway 74 outside St. Charles. His blood-alcohol content was reportedly measured at .23 percent.
• At 8:17 p.m. deputies responded to a motorcyclist who struck a deer and suffered minor injuries near Pickwick Loop Road and County Road 7 in Pickwick. The driver, a Winona man, was transported to Winona Health.
Wabasha County Sheriff
Saturday, August 24
• At 10:40 p.m. deputies responded to a report of a pontoon that had gone over the power dam at Lake Zumbro near Mac’s Park Place in Wabasha County. Four Olmsted County residents had reportedly docked their pontoon near the building structure of the dam, and after they left the area they had docked, the driver reportedly realized the boat was at the edge of the damn. Unable to get free, one passenger jumped from the boat and swam to a nearby boat and the other three passengers stayed seated on the pontoon as it passed over the dam. The pontoon reportedly came to a rest on a shelf below the dam, upright and safe. One passenger was reportedly transported to a local hospital for the treatment of non-life threatening injuries.