Monday, October 10
ĽAt 6:23 p.m. police received a report that Shawn Michael Fort, 20, of Winona, allegedly disrupted a cooking class at the American Legion, yelling an inch away from the face of a woman and had to be pulled away from her by other students. He was referred for charges of fifth degree assault ľ fear.
Wednesday, October 19
ĽAt 9:14 a.m. police officers cited one juvenile for possession of a small amount of marijuana and another juvenile for possession of drug paraphernalia at Winona Senior High School.
ĽAt 1:21 p.m. police received a report of a theft occurring in the 800 block of West 10th Street. Two large gnome garden statues weighing 40 to 50 pounds were taken.
ĽAt 3:55 p.m. officers received a report that 111 pounds of almond bitter oil was missing from Watkins on 150 Liberty Street. Company officials believed the oil was taken or spilled within the prior six weeks. Officials filed a report with police because they believed the substance was on the DEAĺs controlled chemicals list. The oil was valued at $22,000.
ĽAt 6:14 p.m. police officers received a report from an adult male that he had received numerous phone calls from a woman at his workplace in violation of a court order. Martha Mae Kottschade-Brennan, 42, of Rochester, was cited for violation of a harassment restraining order.
Thursday, October 20
ĽAt 12:41 a.m. Matthew James Gilligan, 25, of Winona, was cited for fourth degree driving while intoxicated, failure to wear a seat belt and no proof of insurance. A vehicle taillight was also not illuminated.
ĽAt 1:55 a.m. police received a report that a vehicle had a passenger side window broken into and smashed on the 150 block of East Third Street.
ĽAt 3:23 p.m. police observed Angela Ruth Vaughn, 48, of Winona, was sitting on a curb, had slurred speech, bloodshot eyes an an odor of alcohol. Vaughn allegedly refused to cooperate with police and could not walk on her own. As she was placed in the back seat of the squad car, police officials said she pretended like she was going to kick the officer. She then proceeded to backhand the officer in the face. She was placed on a 72-hour hold and referred for charges of fourth degree assault on a police officer.
Friday, October 21
ĽAt 1:26 a.m. police responded to the intersection of Third Street and Market on a report that a vehicle had hit a sign. Kimberly Kay Fruetel, 21, of Winona, was cited for third degree test refusal, fourth degree driving while intoxicated and leaving the scene of a property damage accident.
Thursday, October 20
ĽAt 6:23 p.m. deputies responded to a report from Minnesota City stating that a white female believed to be in her early 20s was on the roof of an apartment building. Residents of the building asked the woman to leave the premises. Later, they heard a screen ripping. Witnesses reported the woman had poor balance and glazed eyes. She left the premises in a silver Nissan. The woman was described as weighing about 120 to 130 pounds and was about five-feet-ten. The damage to the screen was estimated at $30.