Thursday, March 4
•At 10:05 p.m. police received a report of a violation of an order for protection. A woman told police that Matthew David Silverman, 46, of Winona, had sent an e-mail to her in violation of an order for protection. Police are investigating the claims.
Saturday, March 5
•At 5:21 p.m. police were called to Highway 43 and Hillview Drive on a report that a man had just hit a telephone pole. Police found David Emerson McNally, 59, of Winona, who said he had misjudged a turn. He was uninjured. Police said he appeared intoxicated and his blood alcohol content was measured at .23 percent. He was arrested for driving while intoxicated and taken to detox in Rochester.
•At 4:51 p.m. police stopped a vehicle at Fifth and High streets after the officer recognized the driver as not having a driver’s license. The driver, Heidi Marie Guevara, 44, of Winona, was cited for driving with a canceled driver’s license and being inimical to public safety and having no insurance.
Monday, March 7
•At 7 a.m. police cited Justin Eric Haag, 21, of Winona, for theft by shoplifting after he allegedly tried stealing a bottle of juice from HyVee.
•At 3:27 p.m. police observed two boys walking at Franklin and Sarnia streets when another boy ran up and punched one in the head. Police questioned the 13-year-old who attacked the other boy, who said he didn’t know why he did it. Police referred the boy to the county attorney for potential charges of fifth degree assault and disorderly conduct.
•At 11:12 p.m. police stopped a vehicle at Sixth and Liberty streets after observing a brake light out. The driver, Drew Sawyer Gensmer, 20, of Winona, emitted an odor of alcohol and an alcohol test showed his blood alcohol content at .03 percent. Police cited him for underaged drinking and driving and no proof of insurance.
Saturday, March 5
•At 2:38 a.m. police stopped a vehicle near the Arches on Highway 14 after observing it fluctuate its speed, drive on the center line and cross the fog line. The driver, Kimberly Bjerke Terrio, 24, of Rochester, showed signs of intoxication, according to police, but refused an alcohol test. She was referred to the county attorney for charges of driving while intoxicated and test refusal.
•At 6:19 a.m. police were contacted on a report that an intoxicated man had driven to the Law Enforcement Center to pick up a friend who had been arrested for driving while intoxicated. Police spoke with Neil Christopher Oconnor, 26, of Medford, Minn., who admitted he drove to the Law Enforcement Center. His blood alcohol content measured at .10 percent and he was cited for driving while intoxicated.