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POLICE BLOTTER (11/30/2011)
Winona Police

Thursday, November 17

•At 4:28 a.m. police responded to a report that Neil Andrew Munson, 22, of Winona, allegedly tackled and punched another man. Munson was cited for fifth degree assault.

Sunday, November 20

•At 10:13 a.m. police officers received two reports that wallets had been taken from vehicles parked in the 400 block of Harriet Street. Two women reported that their purses had been rifled through and wallets containing cash, gift cards and debit cards were taken. One wallet was missing $80 in cash and the other was missing $27. A missing card was reportedly used at Hardee’s on November 19.

Wednesday, November 23

•At 4:00 p.m. police responded to the report of a man acting strangely at Winona Health Community Memorial Hospital. Ross Andrew Kelner, 29, of Stockton, became agitated and ran away and officers pursued him. He fought with an officer. One officer sustained a broken finger in the scuffle. Kelner was handcuffed and placed on a 72-hour hold. He was referred for charges of fourth degree assault, third degree assault, obstructing with force and disorderly conduct.

Thursday, November 24

•At 12:54 p.m. police received a report of a possible theft of a Wii video game system, controllers and components valued at $700 from a residence located on the 600 block of Wilson Street. No sign of forced entry was noted.

Friday, November 25

•At 11:37 p.m. officers responded to the report of a domestic assault. Derek Preston Frenske, 41, of Winona, was taken into custody for allegedly punching his girlfriend in the back of her head numerous times. He was cited for fifth degree domestic assault causing fear and harm.

Saturday, November 26

•At 1:09 a.m. police responded to the report that a nude male was running in the road near the intersection of Third and Market streets near Gabby’s bar. Kyle Mark Beaubien, 22, of Winona, allegedly struck an officer’s arm. A Taser was used, he was taken into custody and sent to Zumbro Valley’s Detox unit. A PBT estimated a blood alcohol content of 0.284 percent.

•At 3:12 a.m. a police squad car was rear-ended by a vehicle driven by Devon Jean Jackels, 20, of Winona at the intersection of Sixth and Huff streets. Jackels was cited for underage drinking and driving while impaired. Breath testing estimated a blood alcohol content of 0.18 percent. No one was reportedly injured in the accident. Jackels’ vehicle sustained significant damage. Minimal damage was incurred to the squad car.

Sunday, November 27

•At 7:58 a.m. police received the report of possible theft of hunting gear valued at $120 from a vehicle parked in the 700 block of East Seventh Street.

•At 8:21 a.m. police received a report that hunting gear, including a Winchester rifle, were taken from a garage in the 700 block of East Seventh Street.

•At 11:20 p.m. an off-duty police officer was at Walmart when he spotted a vehicle that appeared to have been stolen from Trempealeau County. The officer observed Taylor Allen Suchla, 20, of Minnesota City, and Sage Iralynne Cogborn, 21, of Winona, enter the vehicle. The officer knocked on the vehicle window and the vehicle lurched forward and drove up Highway 43 at about 70 miles per hour. Officers pursued. The stolen vehicle was stopped after it turned down a dead-end street. Suchla was taken into custody and referred for charges fleeing in a motor vehicle, theft of a motor vehicle, reckless driving, driving after revocation and giving false information to a police officer. Cogborn was cited for tampering with a motor vehicle.

Monday, November 28

•At 4:01 p.m. police cited Joshua Michael Deguara, 34, of Winona, for theft by shoplifting for allegedly taking a fleece hat valued at $14.99 from Fleet Farm.

Tuesday, November 29

•At 1:17 a.m. police officers responded to the report of a fight in the 50 block of East Third Street. Shonna Taneesha Booker, 22, of Winona, was arrested and placed on a 72-hour hold after allegedly attempting to push past an officer after being asked not to leave. She was cited for obstructing the legal process.

Winona County

Friday, November 25

•At 9:46 p.m. deputies responded to a call from a woman who said she had been hit in the face and around the neck by a man demanding drugs inside a Minnesota City residence. Deputies reportedly observed red marks around the woman’s face and neck. Officers were given permission to enter and remove Brian Randall Zachary, 40, of Winona, from the residence. After not receiving a response from Zachary outside the residence, officers gained entry by kicking open the door. The department’s canine reportedly located Zachary behind a loveseat. Zachary was placed in handcuffs and taken into custody and cited with domestic assault causing harm.

Saturday, November 26

•At 3:48 p.m. deputies responded to the report of a potential theft in the woods near Borderline Drive between St. Charles and Utica. A tree blind valued at $600 and other hunting equipment valued at $200 was reported missing. A witness reported seeing a white extended cab Dodge truck in the area several times earlier in the day.

District Court

Jeffrey Timothy David Strand, 21, of Winona, was charged with fifth degree possession of a controlled substance. Strand was on felony-level probation when his probation officer reported seeing Strand’s eyes were glassy and red. The agent found two blue pills in Strand’s wallet and Strand allegedly did not have a prescription for the pills. Strand said he bought four pills for $12, according to the complaint.



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