Saturday, November 12
•At 1:50 p.m. police responded to the report of an altercation between two women over gas money on the 200 block of Sebo Street. Michelle Ann Wilbright, 27, of Winona, was cited for fifth degree assault.
Saturday, November 19
•At 12:32 a.m. police officers responded to Fifth and Vila Streets after the report of a motorcycle accident. Aaron Matthew Wehlage, 35, of Winona was cited for third degree driving while impaired after providing an estimated blood alcohol content test of 0.19.
Sunday, November 20
•At 3:27 a.m. damage to a vehicle was reported in the 1600 block of Service Drive.
Monday, November 21
•At 2:50 a.m. police responded to a call from a woman who reported she feared for her safety after her son allegedly screamed and threw items from the shelves while in an intoxicated state. Blake Michael Trudeau, 22, of Winona, was taken into custody and cited for fifth degree domestic assault – fear.
•At 4:53 p.m. police received the report of a theft from a storage unit on Frontenac Drive. Items were reportedly dumped out and broken. A Venetian blown-glass statue in the shape of two dancers valued at $2,500 was reportedly missing in addition to a $60 digital photo frame.
•At 5:17 p.m. police responded to the report that two Mustangs had been stolen from the Sugarloaf Ford lot at 1222 Service Drive. A 2011 gray Ford Mustang valued at $20,000 and a 2007 red Ford Mustang convertible valued at $20,000 were reported missing.
•At 11:26 p.m. police received a report that Eric Alan Brabbit, 47, of Winona, had allegedly squeezed the throat of another man, causing him to lose consciousness. Brabbit reportedly threatened to kill the other man and also took a pair of scissors and cut the man on the arm. He was taken into police custody and referred to the County Attorney’s office for charges of second degree assault and terroristic threats.
Saturday, November 19
•At 1:50 p.m. officers received a report that a man was harassing customers at the Nodine Kwik Trip and was trying to break windows with a hammer. A pipe with residue allegedly fell out of the pants pocket of Dale Winter Bohnert’s, 35, of Onalaska. Bohnert denied that the pipe was his. The substance tested positive for cocaine. Bohnert was placed in custody and is being referred for charges of fifth degree possession of a controlled substance and fifth degree possession of drug paraphernalia. Officers also reportedly located three pills inside the vehicle.
Sunday, November 20
•At 12:56 a.m. deputies responded to County Road 25 near County Road 20 in Utica after the report of a one-vehicle rollover. Joshua Gerald Gibbs, 26, of Stockton, was reportedly driving northbound on CR 25 when the vehicle entered the east ditch and rolled several times. The driver allegedly was uncooperative and refused alcohol testing. He was transported to Winona Health Community Memorial Hospital. He is being referred for charges of second degree driving while impaired and second degree test refusal.
•At 8:20 a.m. officers received a report that a car window had been broken by a rock thrown through it on Highway 74 in St. Charles. The damage was reportedly incurred sometime between 7 p.m. on Nov. 19 and 7 a.m. on the 20th.
District Court news
•Jeanette Mae Henderson, 32, of La Crescent, was charged with second degree assault with a dangerous weapon, terroristic threats and disorderly conduct. According to the complaint, Henderson allegedly assaulted another woman with a beer bottle March 26.
•Izaak Winter Parker, 37, of Winona was charged with fifth degree possession of a controlled substance after an officer witnessed him reaching into his pockets, after being told not to, at a gas station in Goodview on August 17, according to the complaint. He was also wanted on a warrant. A hollow metal tube was located and a baggie with two smaller plastic baggies inside containing a white, powdery substance were found in his wallet.
•Antoine Booker was charged with two counts of violation of a domestic abuse no contact order within 10 years of a previous domestic violence-related conviction in connection with allegedly coming to the victim’s home on October 12. Booker denied the allegations, according to the complaint.