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PoLICE BLOTTER (02/20/2011)
Winona Police

October 25

•At 12:41 p.m. police responded to a call reporting a woman passed out behind the wheel of a vehicle at Seventh and Eckert streets. Sarah Rose Davis, 30, of Winona, was tested for drugs and alcohol and tests showed she had amphetamine, methamphetamines, methadone and clonazepam in her system. She was referred to the county attorney for charges of driving while intoxicated.

January 24

•At 6:36 p.m. police responded to an accident at Sixth and Walnut streets. Brady Lee McCollum-Walterman, 21, of St. Charles, allegedly rear-ended a vehicle there, and police believed he was intoxicated. Alcohol tests came back showing he had a blood alcohol content at .14 percent. He was referred to the county attorney’s office for charges of driving while intoxicated and no insurance.

Wednesday, February 16

•At 8:55 a.m. police received a report of damage to a window at Fairway Woods on Homer Road. The damage occurred overnight and police said it may have been caused by a pellet gun.

Thursday, February 17

•At 6:46 p.m. police cited Robert Stephen Drew, 28, of Richfield, Minn., for theft by shoplifting after he allegedly tried stealing knives from Fleet Farm.

Friday, February 18

•At midnight police conducted an ID check at Brother’s Bar on West Third Street. Sarah Natalie Amir, 19, of Winona, was cited for underaged consumption of alcohol with a blood alcohol content measured at .115 percent; Kaylee Jo Bunne, 19, of Leroy, Minn., was cited for underaged consumption of alcohol with a blood alcohol content measured at .05 percent; Francesco Joseph Cundari, 21, of Oak Park, Ill., was cited for obstructing the legal process because he refused to show his ID and pushed a portable breathalyzer away; Thomas Joseph Galvin, 18, of Elmhurst, Ill., was cited for minor consumption of alcohol with a blood alcohol content measured at .114 percent; Cassandra Marie Cujowa, 19, of Winona, was cited for underaged consumption of alcohol with a blood alcohol content measured at .05 percent; Dino Penara, 19, of Morton Grove, Ill., was cited for underaged consumption of alcohol, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a small amount of marijuana with a blood alcohol content measured at .05 percent (police took him to jail to post bail on the misdemeanor citations and said it was due to Penara being from out of state and not having “ties” to Winona); Lindsey Michelle Poyer, 20, of Minneapolis, was cited for underaged consumption of alcohol with a blood alcohol content measured at .133 percent; April Elizabeth Rechlitz, 18, of Milwaukee, Wis., was cited for underaged consumption of alcohol with a blood alcohol content measured at .092 percent; Elizabeth Anne Rodriquez, 19, of Winona, was cited for underaged consumption of alcohol with a blood alcohol content measured at .174 percent; Paige Jean Sundeen, 20, of Isanti, Minn., was cited for underaged consumption of alcohol with a blood alcohol content measured at .08 percent; Ana Teresa Valenzuela, 19, of Morton Grove, Ill., was cited for underaged consumption of alcohol and possession of the ID of another with a blood alcohol content measured at .152 percent; and William John Walsh, 18, of Tinley Park, Ill., was cited for underaged consumption of alcohol and possession of the ID of another with a blood alcohol content measured at .069 percent. Police said that the business or employees were not cited because it seemed the underaged drinkers had had fake IDs, but many discarded them after they saw police approach.

Winona County

Wednesday, February 16

•At 7:35 a.m. police responded to a one vehicle rollover on Highway 43 near Stone Point Road. Amanda Nicole Armstrong, 24, of Winona, was southbound on Highway 43 when she hit a patch of ice, lost control of the car, overcorrected and then hit a sign post on the shoulder and rolled four times in the ditch. She was transported to Winona Health via ambulance complaining of injuries.

Thursday, February 17

•At 6:30 p.m. police received a report of guns stolen from a residence on Cedar Ridge Drive south of Pickwick. A 51-year-old resident told police that five guns were taken from two safes in his home, including a Strum .22-caliber handgun revolver, a Ruber Blackhawk .44-caliber handgun revolver, a Smith & Wesson .38-caliber revolver, a .22-caliber revolver and a Rutger automatic long gun. The firearms were inside two locked safes inside the residence, but the keys to the safe were on top of the safe themselves. There was no sign of forced entry save some suspicious marks on the front door dead bolt, but the culprit was unable to get inside that door. Police are investigating.

•At 10:39 p.m. police stopped a vehicle after it crossed the center line at Highway 14 and Highway 61. The driver, Elizabeth Rae Keller, 25, of Winona, was cited for driving while intoxicated with a blood alcohol content measured at .08 percent.

 

 

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