Wednesday, Feb. 1
•At 1:13 a.m. police observed Anthony Ty Hanish, 20, of Tonka Bay, Minn., urinating on the side of Cheater’s Bar and Lounge located on Third and Walnut Streets. Hanish was ticketed for underage consumption and public urination. Hanish’s friends, Eric Charles Schaud, 23, Matthew Donald Borrman, 24, and Brandon Lee Pedersen, 23, were ticketed for obstructing the legal process when they started interfering when the officer was ticketing Hanish.
Thursday, February 2
•At 9:36 a.m. police responded to a report of what appeared to be the word “skrilly” spray painted on the garage door of a residence located on the 250 block of East Third Street.
Saturday, February 4
•At 2:18 a.m. police arrested Daniel Gene Rothering, 48, when he got into verbal and physical altercations with his girlfriend’s 18-year-old son at his girlfriend’s house located on the 200 block of North Baker Street. It was reported that Rothering came home drunk, which violated his probation of refraining from using alcohol. Rothering was charged with domestic assault.
Sunday, February 5
•At 1:00 a.m. police observed Steven David Ayers, 19, of Winona, running in and out of traffic, playfully wrestling with a friend and throwing alcohol bottles. Ayers was ticketed for minor consumption, littering, public consumption and underage possession of alcohol. After the officer left and circled back around the block, the officer observed Ayers yelling and screaming as he picked up a beer can and threw it at the wall of a building. When the officer tried to stop Ayers again, Ayers fled the scene. When the officer located Ayers, he was ticketed for disorderly conduct and fleeing on foot. Ayers was then sent to Winona Health for detox.
•At 3:51 p.m. Lance Mitchell Ranzenberger, 20, of Caledonia, Wis., was cited for shoplifting when he took $10.56 worth of fishing lures from Shopko.
•At 11:50 p.m. police responded to a report at an address located on the 650 block of West Sarnia that Joshua Michael Deguara, 34, of Winona frightened his 40-year-old girlfriend. It was reported that Deguara’s girlfriend confronted Deguara when she found text messages that she didn’t like in his cell phone. Deguara, while intoxicated, threw his girlfriend on the ground and hit a pillow next to her with a flashlight, according to reports. Deguara’s girlfriend said he never hit her but she thought he was going to. Deguara was ticketed for domestic assault.
Monday, February 6
•At 12:59 a.m. police arrested Scott Aaron Kostner, 29, of Winona when he drifted into the parking lane and came within feet of hitting a parked car. When police stopped Kostner, he refused any field sobriety tests. It was reported that Kostner was also messing around with the testing equipment at the law enforcement center. Kostner was charged with second degree test refusal and third degree driving while intoxicated.
•At 10:17 a.m. police responded to a burglary report at B-Kleen Laundromat located at 350 Mankato Ave. It was reported that the office door had been forced open, the change machine lock had been popped open and a digital video recorder had been stolen.
•At 1:19 p.m. it was reported that the Scharmer Construction building, located at 1552 West Broadway, had been marked with black graffiti.
•At 2:24 p.m. it was reported that the Pepsi machine at Yellow Cab at 260 West Third Street had been broken into.
Friday, February 3
•At 11:35 p.m. police arrested Kim Marie Drazkowski, 44, of Fountain City, Wis., when an officer detected alcohol on Drazkowski’s breath when she was stopped for speeding. Drazkowski had a breath alcohol content of .11 percent and was charged with fourth degree driving while intoxicated.
Mitchell Richard Koutsky, 20, of Winona was charged with fourth degree possession of a controlled substance, fifth degree possession of more than a small amount of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia after police found large amounts of marijuana, two digital scales, several dozen empty Ziplock bags, two smoking devices, one and a half light blue pills later identified as Suboxone and a device used to snort Suboxone in Koutsky’s apartment.