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POLICE BLOTTER (03/16/2011)
Winona Police

Thursday, March 10

•At 9:15 p.m. police cited Ronald Joseph Jaszewski, 18, of Arcadia, Wis., for theft by shoplifting after he allegedly tried to steal a pair of sunglasses from Fleet Farm.

Friday, March 11

•At 3:14 a.m. police received a report of a domestic disturbance at a residence on the 450 block of West Eighth Street. When police arrived, the two inside the apartment claimed there was no altercation, but police observed a marijuana pipe and grinder inside. Paul Anthony Clark, Jr., 20, of Winona, was cited for minor consumption of alcohol. Cassondra Lei Gerold, 21, of Winona, was referred to the county attorney for charges of furnishing alcohol to a minor, possession of drug paraphernalia and violating the city’s social host ordinance. Police said she admitted she bought wine for the two to drink, and said he was her boyfriend and thought that was okay.

•At 11:05 a.m. police received a report of three doors at a rental property on the 50 block of East Ninth Street that had been kicked open. Police said it was unclear if anything was taken and are waiting for the renters to return to take an inventory.

Saturday, March 12

•At 12:29 p.m. police cited Nicki Renae Klein, 23, of Winona, for violating a domestic abuse no contact order.

•At 2:48 p.m. police responded to a report of an assault at an apartment on the 100 block of West Third Street. A 32-year-old resident there told police that a man he knew as Dan who was on work release from the Winona County Jail had knocked on his door, accused him of having a relationship with a woman the man had been dating, said he would kill him and punched him in the face, then rode off on his bicycle. Police later identified the suspect as Daniel Donald Brown, 46, of Winona, who had been on work release from the jail. Brown denied the assault but police said he had marks on his knuckles. He was referred to the county attorney for charges of domestic assault, terroristic threats and disorderly conduct.

•At 10:22 p.m. police were called to Morningside Terrace Apartments on a report of a man trying to get into an apartment where he was not welcome. When police arrived, they spoke with a 20-year-old woman who said that Phillip Reece White, 19, of Winona, had been staying in the apartment for awhile. Earlier in the evening, she said, he became intoxicated and told her that if she left him he could have her family killed. She became frightened and called a friend who spoke with White over the phone. She said White became angry and said he would beat up the friend, took something from the kitchen and left. He returned about 20 minutes later and began banging on the door. Police said they found two steak knives in his pocket and that he claimed he lived there. He was cited for domestic assault causing fear.

Sunday, March 13

•At 1:36 a.m. police on patrol ran the license plate of a vehicle at Second and Walnut streets. The plates came back as impounded and the vehicle was pulled over. The driver, Samantha Jo Ernst, 24, of Winona, was referred to the county attorney for charges of second degree driving while intoxicated, driving after cancelation and attempt to escape motor vehicle tax. Police said her license was canceled, she should have turned over her license plates and she was intoxicated with a blood alcohol content measured at .15 percent.

•At 11:55 p.m. police responded to a report of an attempted break-in at a residence on the 400 block of East Fifth Street. Police later spoke with the caller, Brady John Adams, 21, unknown address, who admitted he’d been at the residence on East Fifth Street. A woman there has a domestic abuse no contact order against him, so police cited him for violating the order. Police said there was no evidence of any break-in, and residents at the home told them that Adams was acting strangely.

•At 4:27 a.m. police stopped a vehicle for having no headlights on at Sixth and Franklin streets. The driver, Denni Marie Cisewski, 19, of Winona, appeared intoxicated and was cited for underaged drinking and driving and no headlights. Her blood alcohol content was measured at .22 percent.

•At 8:42 p.m. police mailed a ticket to Diangelo Parris Blass, 20, of Winona, for violating an order for protection after he allegedly sent a text message to a woman with an order against him.

Monday, March 14

•At 8:46 a.m. police responded to a vehicle and semi accident at Second and Liberty streets. A semi trailer owned by McDonough Truck Lines was parked on Second Street crossing the traffic lanes to unload the trailer when it was struck by a vehicle. Ronald James Mitchell, 64, of Winona, was driving a Dodge Caravan eastbound on Second Street when he rammed into the side of the trailer, the vehicle becoming lodged underneath it. Mitchell was taken to the hospital via ambulance for treatment.

•At 8 a.m. police received a report of a brick thrown through the front passenger window of a vehicle parked on the 500 block of Maceman Street. A vehicle parked next to the car also was reportedly scratched.

Winona County

January 30, 2010

•At 9:37 p.m. police stopped a vehicle at Highway 61 and Huff Street after observing it cross the fog line. Police said the driver, Timothy James Gantenbein, 51, of Winona, smelled like alcohol, and they requested an alcohol test. A urine test was completed and results indicate his blood alcohol content was measured at .13 percent. Police referred him to the county attorney for charges of driving while intoxicated.

Friday, March 11

•At 11:58 p.m. police stopped a vehicle on Highway 14 near County Road 115 after observing it cross the center line. Police said the driver, Jerry Donald Sinn, 49, of St. Charles, smelled like alcohol and they requested an alcohol test. Test results show his alcohol content was measured at .07 percent. Police cited him for careless driving.

Saturday, March 12

•At 9:30 p.m. police stopped a vehicle on Main Street in Elba after observing it cross the center line and speed. The driver, Thomas Scott Larson, 61, of Altura, appeared intoxicated and was cited for driving while intoxicated with a blood alcohol content measured at .14 percent.

•At 2:55 a.m. police stopped a vehicle on Highway 61 for failing to signal a lane change. The deputy gave the driver a verbal warning after it was determined the signal was not working. The two were outside the vehicle looking at its broken trunk and the deputy was leaving when the driver, Quinn Joseph Holmay, 24, of Winona, asked him if he’d dropped something. The item turned out to be a bag containing about a gram of cocaine, and video footage from the squad car shows the bag fell out of Holmay’s belt. He was cited for a fifth degree controlled substance crime.

Sunday, March 13

•At 12:20 a.m. police stopped a vehicle on Highway 61 near La Moille after observing it weave into the median. The driver, Daniel Robert Lowe, 19, of Dubuque, Iowa, appeared intoxicated and was cited for under 21 drinking and driving, open bottle of alcohol in a motor vehicle, and driving while intoxicated. His blood alcohol content was measured at .13 percent.

•At 12:17 a.m. police responded to a report of a vehicle in the ditch on Highway 61 near County Road 7. Logan Christopher Einerson, 20, of Nekoosa, Wis., and Dayna Mae Zibrowski, 19, of Mindoro, Wis., were both cited for underaged consumption of alcohol.

District court

Walker Shilo Edwards Robeson, 18, of Winona, was charged this week with possession of pornography involving minors, carrying a maximum sentence of five years in prison and a $5,000 fine. According to the criminal complaint, an undercover agent working with the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force was able to download three files containing child pornography from a Winona IP address. The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension attained subscriber information for the account and conducted a search warrant in August, seizing a hard drive and jump drive. The complaint alleges the devices contained hundreds of pornographic cartoon images, the three files downloaded by the undercover agent along with numerous others, and a file with a graphic banner containing a collage of images depicting child porn which read, “Lets continue distributing child porn via gnutella! This is fun, this is the meaning of file sharing!” Robeson is expected to appear in court on March 22.

 

 

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