Sunday, October 2
ĽAt 10:58 a.m. police received the report of a theft at the home of a deceased individual on the 850 block of East Sixth Street. The executor of the estate noted four pieces of jewelry were missing, including a 14 karat yellow gold herringbone necklace, a 14 karat yellow gold cocktail ring and two diamond cocktail rings with a total reported value of $7,957. There was no sign of forced entry.
Thursday, October 20
ĽAt 11:48 a.m. police cited Fils Mwizerwa, 23, of Winona, for shoplifting at the Homer Road Kwik Trip after he refilled a coffee cup three times and left without paying.
Saturday, October 22
ĽAt 9:42 a.m. police officers responded to a shoplifting report from Warehouse Liquor at 176 East Third Street. Ryan Anthony Kryzer, 37, was cited for taking two bottles of vodka valued at $11.20.
ĽErik David McConnon, 20, of Winona, was referred for charges of damage to property and underage consumption in connection with a two by four that was tossed, breaking a window, causing $590.84 in damage.
Monday, October 24
ĽAt 5:45 p.m. police responded to Midtown Foods in Winona on the report of a theft. Michelle Elizbeth Bush, 28, of Winona, was reportedly eating a cream of broccoli and chicken salad mixture in the produce department and walked outside. She was cited for theft.
Tuesday, October 25
ĽAt 10:08 a.m. a woman reported to police that the lock had been broken off of her storage unit locker on October 23 at Third Street and Ewing Street. A flat screen TV, Oneida silverware, pots and pans and two new sets of dishes were reported missing from the locker.
ĽAt 1:43 p.m. Tyler J. Tabat, 18, of Winona, was ticketed for tresspassing on Winona State University property after being warned not to be there.
ĽAt 3:52 p.m. police responded to the 350 block of West Fourth Street. Sarah Jean Gibbs, 19, of Winona, told officers she had heard noises and saw lights inside the building. She handed officers a plastic bag filled with a white, powdery substance. The powder tested positive for mephedrone, also known as ôplant food.ö Gibbs was referred to the county attorney for potential charges of possession of a controlled substance.
Wednesday, October 26
ĽAt 1:34 a.m. police received a report that a door had been damaged at a home in the 200 block of East Eighth Street. The lock on the door was broken and the door was forced open. Nothing was believed to be missing.
ĽAt 2:03 p.m. police received a report that blank checks had been taken from a residence on the 400 block of East Second Street and written out to Kwik Trip and Freedom in the amount of $90.
ĽAt 3:55 p.m. police responded to Shopko in Winona on the report that a juvenile shoplifter had taken items valued at $15.77.
Thursday, October 27
ĽAt 1 a.m. an officer observed Brandon Tyler Brokken, 21, of Eden Prairie, driving in the parking lane and failing to signal. Brokken reportedly failed sobriety testing. He was cited for third degree test refusal and fourth degree driving while intoxicated. David Robert Meier, 21, of Winona, reportedly admitted he owned the green, leafy substance found in the pocket of the vehicle. He was cited for possession of a small amount of marijuana.
ĽAt 10:19 a.m. police received a report that two tires were found slashed in the 550 block of Harriet Street.
Friday, October 28
ĽAt 2:25 a.m. an officer saw Oscar Danny Donahue, 33, of Winona, driving poorly with a non-functioning brake light. After reportedly seeing Donahue wiggling in the back of the squad car, a bindle was located. Donahue is being referred for charges of fourth degree driving while intoxicated, third degree test refusal and fifth degree possession of a controlled substance believed to be methamphetamine.
Monday, October 24
ĽAt 2:28 p.m. deputies received a report of a break-in at an old Catholic school in Rollingstone currently used for community events. A board securing the door was broken and access into a locked office was gained. A gray PA system with microphone, amplifier and a speaker were reported stolen.
Tuesday, October 25
ĽAt 11:06 a.m. deputies received a report that three individuals were leaving a shed located off County Road 26 between Elba and Plainview in a gold station wagon, throwing items out of the vehicle. The witness said the vehicle was traveling at a high rate of speed. Objects had been moved inside the shed, but the owner was unable to determine whether anything was missing. Wabasha County deputies stopped a vehicle and arrested the driver, Mark Casey Richmond, 43, of Sparta, Wisc.
ĽAt 4:11 p.m. deputies received a property damage report for the service road gate at the quarry off of Highway 43. It appeared that the gate had been hit by a large vehicle. The stone attached to the gate had been moved several feet.