Sunday, March 4
At 12:27 a.m. police ticketed Andrew Owen Fisch, 28, of Winona, with habitually barking dog after it was reported several times that his dog was left outside and would not stop barking.
Wednesday, March 7
At 6:44 p.m. it was reported that a women’s purple 10-speed bicycle was stolen from the Maplewood Townhomes.
Tuesday, March 13
At 9:14 a.m. it was reported that a male subject was sleeping on a couch in the Whistle Clean Laundromat located at 577 Huff Street. The individual was sent to Winona Health for detox. After viewing surveillance footage, it was reported that two males were in the Laundromat at 3:50 a.m. One was the male sleeping on the couch and the other was attempting to remove a 55-inch plasma television from the Laundromat wall.
Wed., March 14
At 12:03 a.m. police arrested Austin Nicholas Hawkings, 19, of Winona, after he attempted to take a 55-inch plasma television from Whistle Clean Laundromat located at 577 Huff Street. He is believed to be the previously unidentified male on video who attempted to take the television the night before. Hawkings was referred to the Winona County Attorney’s office for attempted felony theft and burglary in the third degree.
At 6:02 p.m. police arrested Tammy Jean Schmalenberg, 47, of Winona for third degree driving while intoxicated, no proof of insurance and inattentive driving after she crossed over the centerline near Sixth and Laird Street and hit an oncoming vehicle. Schmalenberg had a blood alcohol content of .11 percent.
At 7:24 p.m. it was reported that a purse was stolen from Midtown Foods and a credit card inside the purse was used fraudulently at fleet farm for $289.57, Wal-Mart twice for $1,047.64 and $85.46 and Freedom gas station twice for $57.87 and $119.49.
At 7:53 a.m. it was reported that a purse, containing about $150 in cash, was stolen from a residence located on the 600 block of West 10th Street.
At 11:35 a.m. Travers Lee Dewitte, 38, of Winona, reported that he was traveling east on Eleventh Street when he sneezed, causing him to step on the accelerator and drive through the intersection of 11th and Louisa Streets. Dewitte struck a guy wire on an Xcel Energy pole, causing the circuit to break, leaving the east end of Winona without power. Dewitte said he knew his vehicle was damaged so he drove his vehicle to his parents’ house, located on the 1050 block of East Seventh Street to avoid getting his vehicle towed.
At 3:09 p.m. it was reported that Eric Warren Eade, 51, of Holmen, was inching forward to look for oncoming traffic at the intersection of Fifth and Franklin Streets. Scott Allen Brommerich, 37, of Winona, did not think Eade was going to stop. Brommerich laid down his motorcycle to avoid a collision. Brommerich was transported to the hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries.
Thursday, March 15
At 1:19 a.m. police ticketed Brandon Richard Stoos, 19, of Rollingstone, for minor consumption while driving after he was observed arguing with a 16-year-old female in the Glenview addition. It was reported that Stoos stopped the vehicle after the female threatened to jump out. She was ticketed with minor consumption.
At 12:03 a.m. police ticketed Khalid Ahmed Obaid Aljahdali, 23, of Winona, for driving after cancelation, failure to display registration, failure to display rear license plate and driving a vehicle with no rear bumper when he was stopped at Third and Lafayette Streets. The passenger, Emiliano Walter Valle, 19, of Albert Lea, was ticketed for minor consumption.
At 8:12 p.m. police arrested Matthew Ross Werner, 29, for domestic assault fear and terroristic threats. A witness reported seeing Werner hit a 29-year-old woman at the Belleview East Apartments. The victim reported she was never hit but said Werner was flailing his arms, poking her in the chest, throwing silverware and threatened her life during a verbal argument.
Friday, March 16
At 1:10 a.m. police arrested Colin Dane Madson, 23, of Winona for fourth degree driving while intoxicated and failure to drive with due care after he got hung up on the train tracks at 11th and Hamilton Streets. Madson had a blood alcohol content of .09 percent.