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POLICE BLOTTER (05/08/2011)
Winona Police

Saturday, April 30

•At 12:24 a.m. police stopped a vehicle in the Schyde’s parking lot for having a tail light out. The driver, Ross Thomas Femrite, 27, of Edina, Minn., appeared intoxicated and was cited for driving while intoxicated with a blood alcohol content measured at .17 percent.

Wednesday, May 4

•At 5:55 p.m. police were called to Steiny’s Bar on a report of a man there with a warrant for his arrest. Jay Elliot Drury, 41, of Winona, allegedly struggled during his arrest and was also cited for obstructing the legal process.

•At 2:44 p.m. police cited Michael Thomas Schneider, 31, of Winona, for inattentive driving after he rear-ended another vehicle at Sarnia and Hamilton streets.

•At 8 p.m. Debbie Lynn Wieczorek, 53, of Winona, was referred to the county attorney’s office for potential charges of selling alcohol to a minor while she worked at the Sinclair station on Riverview Drive. The sale was a part of the city’s alcohol compliance checks on liquor license holders.

•At 8:48 p.m. Patrick John Beck, 58, of Winona, was referred to the county attorney’s office for potential charges of selling alcohol to a person under 21. The sale was a part of the city’s alcohol compliance checks for liquor license holders.

Thursday, May 5

•At 12:42 a.m. police observed a man walking with a large red decorative flag with the picture of a bird on it at Sixth and Sioux streets. The man, Collin Shawn Kirby, 19, of Winona, said he could not remember where he had stolen it from. Police cited him for underaged consumption of alcohol.

•At 1:20 a.m. police cited Amber Lynn Abts, 20, of Winona, for minor consumption of alcohol after she was seen falling down at Third and Center streets.

•At 12:18 a.m. police cited Matthew Thomas Biagini, 19, of Maplewood, Minn., for underaged consumption of alcohol after he was seen at Fifth and Cummings streets carrying a container of alcohol.

•At 2:07 a.m. police were called to the Old Village on the Saint Mary’s University campus on a report of a vehicle striking a parked car. Stephen Taylor King, 22, of Chaska, Minn., was cited for fourth degree driving while intoxicated with a blood alcohol content measured at .17 percent.

•At 7:24 p.m. police responded to a report of a hit-and-run on the 650 block of Sioux Street. A 46-year-old woman stopped in front of a residence there and was rear-ended, with the striking vehicle driving away. The striking vehicle is described as a late model white Ford pickup.

•At 1:31 a.m. police were called to the Maplewood Townhomes on a request to remove an unwanted person. Melanie Lashanna Buckner, 26, of Winona, told police she had allowed her brother to stay at her residence but wanted him to leave. Police said they could not remove the man because he had “established residence there,” and asked him to leave. He would not and police left. They were called back to the residence a few minutes later and reportedly saw Buckner attack the man. The man ran outside and said he had no official complaint with his sister. Police said she then opened a window and screamed obscenities at police. Police said they mailed her a citation for disorderly conduct.

•At 11:49 p.m. police were called to a loud party at 376 West Fourth Street. When police arrived, about 10 or 15 people reportedly fled. Police cited Scott Robert Schmitz, 21, of Lakeville, Minn., for hosting the loud party. Ethan Ryan Rodrigues, 21, of Sleepy Eye, Minn., was cited for failure to leave a loud party after he reportedly returned there a few minutes after being told to leave.

Friday, May 6

•At 1:33 a.m. police were called to a residence on the 250 block of West Seventh Street to remove unwanted people. Trenton James Hagan, 20, of Rochester, was cited for minor consumption of alcohol. Police said he was asleep on a couch at the residence and the residents did not know who he was.

Winona County

March 17

•At 9:48 p.m. police stopped a vehicle at Third and Huff streets after noticing it had no license plate light. The driver, Jordan David Edmund Henke, 23, of Winona, was unable to find his license and while he searched for it, police said they smelled the odor of marijuana. According to police, when Henke pulled his hand out of his jacket pocket, police noticed a plastic cellophane bag with a green leafy substance inside. Henke reportedly admitted he had smoked marijuana earlier in the evening. Police searched the vehicle and also found a marijuana pipe. Urine tests later showed the driver had consumed marijuana and he was referred to the county attorney’s office on charges of fourth degree driving while impaired, possession of a small amount of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

March 26

•At 3:45 a.m. police stopped a vehicle after it turned into the wrong lane at Fifth and Huff streets. The driver, Guillermo Martinez-Hernandez, 32, of Winona, said he didn’t have a license and had not been paying attention. Police allegedly smelled the odor of marijuana and the driver admitted he had smoked some of the drug the night before. Police searched the vehicle and found a small amount of marijuana and a marijuana pipe. Urine tests later showed the driver had consumed marijuana. He was referred to the county attorney for charges of fourth degree driving while intoxicated, possession of a small amount of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and having no Minnesota driver’s license.

Saturday, April 23

•At 1:30 a.m. police stopped a vehicle at the base of the Interstate bridge for having no headlights on. The driver, Shannon Margaret Hunter, 23, of Galesville, Wis., told police she was the designated driver. Police said she showed signs of intoxication and did poorly on field sobriety tests. She was cited for driving while intoxicated with a blood alcohol content measured at .08 percent.

 

 

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