Jesse James Robertson, 22, of Winona, was charged with second and third degree burglary stemming from an August home invasion in which about $800 in cash was stolen. Police used fingerprint evidence lifted from a jar and envelope which matched Robertson’s thumb print. He faces a maximum penalty of up to ten years in prison and is scheduled to appear in court next month.
Michelle Lyn Conner, 32, of Winona, was charged with fourth degree sale of marijuana in a public housing zone stemming from a July 9 incident in which she allegedly sold marijuana to a police informant for $20 from her residence on the 1750 block of West Wabasha Street. The maximum penalty is 15 years in prison and a $100,000 fine if convicted. She is scheduled to appear in court in February.
Jessica Joy Parnow, 19, of Winona, was charged with three counts of fifth degree sale of marijuana alleging she sold the drug to a police informant three times in April. The maximum penalty for the charge is five years in prison and a $10,000 fine. She’s scheduled to appear in court in February.
Bill Joseph Bakkum, 18, of Winona, was charged with third and fifth degree assault stemming from an April incident in which he allegedly attacked four people in the West End. According to the criminal complaint, Bakkum attacked four victims: one pushed down the stairs, one thrown to the ground and punched one struck in the chest and one punched in the eye. All four required medical attention, with one victim suffering a fracture of the left tibia and requring knee surgery. He’s scheduled to appear in court in January.
William Conner III, 50, of Winona, was charged with fourth and fifth degree sale of marijuana alleging he sold the drug to a police informant in April and July within a public housing zone. The most serious charge carries a maximum penalty of 15 years in prison and a $100,000 fine. He’s scheduled to appear in court in February.