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POLICE BLOTTER (02/06/2011)
Winona Police

Wednesday, February 2

•At 3 p.m. police responded to a two vehicle accident at 10th and Wilsie streets. A vehicle driven by Valen Marie Aune, 20, of Blaine, Minn., was traveling northbound on Wilsie Street when her vehicle collided with another car driven by Christian Allen Wienke, 18, of Golden Valley, Minn., who was headed westbound on 10th Street. Kelly Maloney, 21, a passenger in the Aune vehicle, complained of injuries and was taken to the hospital by ambulance. Kristin Elizabeth Jungbluth, 21, also a passenger in the Aune vehicle, complained of injuries and was transported to the hospital by ambulance. No citations were issued in the crash.

•At 4:29 p.m. police received a report of a lost debit card that had unauthorized charges. The 19-year-old Winona woman told police she lost the card on February first, and it was used that day at various Winona businesses for more than $150 in unauthorized charges.

•At 11:27 p.m. police were called to the 400 block of East Eighth Street on a report that a driver had struck a parked vehicle and not stopped. Police found the alleged striking vehicle parked near a bar at Eighth and Hamilton streets and noticed a man leaving the bar and getting into a cab. When police asked the man his name, he allegedly told them the name of another man who the officers were familiar with. When confronted about the misinformation, the man admitted he was Nicholas Jacob Pederson, 27, of Winona, and that the damaged vehicle was his. Police believed he was intoxicated, and Pederson claimed that he had had nine drinks while inside the bar, although the bartender said he’d consumed one. He was cited for driving while intoxicated, failure to report a property damage accident, giving a false name to police and no proof of insurance. Police said his blood alcohol content was measured at .11 percent. Pederson said he didn’t want to say anything to police to incriminate himself.

•At 1:07 p.m. police received a report of license plate tabs stolen from a vehicle while parked overnight on the 1600 block of Homer Road. The tabs were 2011 tabs.

Thursday, February 3

•At 12:32 a.m. police received a call reporting a 1996 Dodge Intrepid stolen from the 500 block of West Fourth Street. The owner said that he parked the vehicle there at about 10 p.m. on Feb. 2 and noticed it was missing at about midnight on the 3rd. The vehicle was not locked and had spare keys in the glove box. The Minnesota license plate reads RVG-374.

•At 3:10 p.m. police were called to the 250 block of Orrin Street on a report of a vehicle that had jumped a snow bank there and was stuck in a front yard. Police arrived and found three people trying to push the vehicle back onto the road over the reported four-foot snow bank. The driver, Brady Lee McCollum-Walterman, 21, of St. Charles, told police he accelerated too hard, causing the incident. He was cited for careless driving and no insurance.

Winona County

Monday, January 31

•At 7:31 p.m. police responded to an accident at Highway 61 and Mankato Avenue. A vehicle driven by Danny Lee Hughes, 60, of Winona, was traveling southbound on Highway 43 when it collided with a vehicle driven by Loicel Perez Naranjo, 54, of Des Moines, Iowa, who was headed northbound on Highway 43 attempting to make a turn to head westbound on Highway 61. Some witnesses claimed that Naranjo had a red turn signal at the time of the collision, but other witnesses contradicted that statement. No one was injured in the crash. Naranjo was cited for having no Minnesota driver’s license.



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