Tuesday, January 18
•At 11:25 p.m. police cited Chelsea Marie Pape, 18, of Houston, Minn., for failure to report an accident and Michelle Marie Pape, 44, of Houston, Minn., for falsely reporting a crime and aiding an offender. Police said that Chelsea struck a light pole in the parking lot at Walmart, but that Michelle claimed she had been driving and the two claimed the vehicle had struck a median on Hamilton Street.
Monday, January 24
•At 8:45 p.m. police cited a 15-year-old Winona boy and a 16-year-old St. Charles boy for disorderly conduct after the two got into a physical altercation at the Family and Children’s Center on Center Street.
Tuesday, January 25
•At 3:30 p.m. police cited Robert George Dennis, 44, of Winona, for theft after he allegedly didn’t pay for approximately $60 in gas at the Kwik Trip on Cottonwood Drive on two occasions in January.
•At 9:05 p.m. police cited Tracey Tressa Heckman, 40, of Goodview, for theft by shoplifting after she allegedly tried stealing $85.82 in makeup from Walmart.
•At 2:15 p.m. police met with a 20-year-old Winona woman at Winona Health who believed she may have been drugged and sexually assaulted at her residence after having a few people over for drinks earlier in the evening. The woman told police that she had left a drink unattended for a few minutes while some men who claimed to be neighbors were inside her residence, that she became ill after finishing her drink and asked everyone to leave. She awoke wearing few clothes and her apartment was ransacked, and she didn’t remember much. Police said the possible attack was believed to have occurred between Saturday night and Sunday morning, and said because of the delay in coming forward, there was likely no trace of any possible drug in her system and likely little physical evidence remaining. Police are investigating the report.
Wednesday, January 26
•At 9:11 a.m. police received a report from staff members at the Kwik Trip on Huff and Sarnia streets of missing scratch off lottery tickets. An employee signed forms indicating the $800 in tickets were received in late October. All $800 in tickets were missing.
•At 1:29 a.m. police responded to a vehicle rollover on Highway 14 on Stockton Hill. When police arrived, footprints were found in the snow leading into the woods. The driver was then seen walking without a winter coat on the bike path nearby, and then ran when he saw the police. The driver, Seth Wayne Fogelson, 23, of Stockton, ran from police several times and then gave up and fell into the snow, police said. Police said he showed signs of intoxication and he was taken to Winona Health Services where he provided a urine sample. No citations were issued but police said some may be pending.
•At 11:22 a.m. police received a report of a burglary at a residence on the 500 block of Center Street. A 19-year-old Winona man said that he was gone between January 24 and January 25 and believed his doors had been locked. There was no sign of forced entry and an Xbox, Xbox controllers and four Xbox games were taken.
Friday, January 28
•At 12:34 a.m. police stopped a vehicle at Third and Johnson streets because its brake lights were not working. The driver, Kelly Lynn Henderson, 44, of Goodview, appeared intoxicated and was cited for driving while intoxicated with a blood alcohol content measured at .15 percent.
Friday, January 28
•At 2:03 a.m. police stopped a vehicle on Highway 248 near Rollingstone after observing the driver cross the center line. The driver, Saul Ramirez, 24, of Altura, was cited for having no Minnesota driver’s license and no insurance.
Jeffery Myles Folkert, 42, of Rochester, was charged with fifth degree possession of methamphetamine, and Whitney Taylor Klumb, 19, of Minneapolis, was charged with fifth degree controlled substance possession of Naloxone; following a traffic stop by the Minnesota State Patrol on August 17, 2010. The vehicle, registered to Folkert and driven by Klumb, was stopped on I-90 because a taillight was out. According to the criminal complaints, the two acted suspiciously, Klumb admitted to using Adderall earlier in the day and she had previously been convicted of driving under the influence of controlled substances. Court documents state Klumb acted suspiciously when asked if there was heroin in the vehicle. A police dog signaled an alert that there were drugs in the vehicle and the two allowed police to search the vehicle. Police found a white residue that tested positive for methamphetamine, a hypodermic needle, a bottle of Naloxone and cans of spray paint. The two are expected to appear in court on March 1.