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POLICE BLOTTER (02/23/2011)
Winona Police

Monday, February 21

•At 1:30 p.m. police received a report of a hit-and-run accident at Sixth and Cummings streets. A silver Ford Explorer allegedly struck a parked vehicle and drove off.

Tuesday, February 22

•At 12:57 a.m. police observed a driver without a seat belt on at Sixth and Winona streets who then spun out in the intersection and lost control of the vehicle. The driver, Zachariah Harlan Glover, 21, of Baraboo, Wis., continued driving over the Interstate bridge, and was stopped near the state line. He appeared intoxicated and admitted drinking and was cited for fourth degree driving while intoxicated with a blood alcohol content measured at .18 percent, no seat belt, and reckless driving.

Winona County

Friday, February 18

•At 9:48 p.m. police stopped a vehicle after observing it cross the center line on County Road 26 near County Road 37. The driver, Kimberly Ann Lentz, 44, of Dover, appeared intoxicated, and police said a back seat passenger was seen making furtive movements during the stop. Two open beer cans were found in the back seat and Lentz was referred to the county attorney for charges of driving while intoxicated with a blood alcohol content measured at .19 percent and driver allowing an open container of alcohol.

Saturday, February 19

•At 8:29 p.m. police observed a vehicle stopped on the shoulder on Highway 14 west of County Road 25. The deputy stopped to check on the two occupants, who appeared intoxicated. The driver, Michael Allen Goff, 43, of Winona, admitted he’d been drinking but refused an alcohol test. Police found a small amount of marijuana and a marijuana pipe, as well as an open container of beer in the vehicle. Goff was referred to the county attorney for charges of driving while intoxicated, test refusal, no Minnesota driver’s license, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a small amount of marijuana.

Sunday, February 20

•At 3:57 a.m. police received a call from a woman reporting her vehicle had been taken without her permission from a business in Altura. She said she had been on a date with the suspect, who then called her and claimed he didn’t have her vehicle. But when the deputy arrived, the vehicle had been returned, and the suspect, John Owen Wojahn, 27, of Houston, returned the keys to the owner. Police said he appeared intoxicated and admitted he drank, blacked out and drove the vehicle. Wojahn was referred to the county attorney on charges of driving while intoxicated with a blood alcohol content measured at .20 percent.

State Patrol

Thursday, February 17

•At 12:52 p.m.police responded to a two-car accident at Highway 43 and County Road 12 with critical injuries. According to the State Patrol report, a vehicle driven by Gifford L. Skree, 92, of Houston, Minn., was traveling eastbound on County Road 12, and collided with a vehicle driven by Martin L. Kalina, 53, of Humbird, Wis., traveling northbound on Highway 43. Gifford Skree suffered critical injuries, as did his passenger, Marjorie A. Skree, 87. Kalina showed no apparent injury. The Skrees were transported to the hospital via ambulance. The Wilson Fire Department, the Winona Police Department and the Winona Area Ambulance assisted.

 

 

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