Wednesday, August 15
At 4:15 a.m. deputies arrested Kimberly Ann Mulholland, 19, of Onalaska, Wis., for fourth degree driving while intoxicated, underage drinking and driving, and open container. Deputies received several reports of a driver in a gray vehicle who appeared to be intoxicated. The deputy first received a tip of a drunk driver northbound on Highway 61 around 3:45 a.m. The complainant said she saw a woman drive past a bridge near Homer Road and almost strike the guard rail. The deputy received another report of a woman driving through a bush as she was leaving the Kwik Trip on Mankato Avenue near Highway 61. The deputy found the gray vehicle southbound on Highway 61 and after following the car for a mile, pulled it over. The driver, identified as Mulholland, had bloodshot eyes and the deputy detected the odor of alcohol. Upon investigation of the vehicle, the deputy found an open bottle of hard lemonade and an open bottle of whiskey in the front passenger seat. The deputy conducted a field sobriety test and arrested Mulholland. She had a blood alcohol content of .14 percent.
Sunday, August 19
At 12:41 a.m. deputies arrested Darrell Michael Ring, 47, of Goodview, for fourth degree driving while intoxicated and driving without insurance. A deputy on radar patrol near Pelzer Street recorded Ring speeding in a 30-mile-per-hour zone. When the deputy made contact with Ring, he detected the odor of alcohol. Ring had a blood alcohol content of .11 percent.
Monday, August 20
At 9:46 p.m. deputies arrested Jayson Patrick Watson, 21, of Wabasha, for fourth degree driving while intoxicated after a deputy saw Watson take a wide turn onto northbound Highway 61 from 44th Street. The deputy made contact with Watson near County Road 129 and detected the odor of alcohol. Watson had a blood alcohol content of .14 percent.
Thursday, August 23
At 9:45 p.m. deputies arrested Maria Isabel Castellanos, 31, of Altura, for fourth degree driving while intoxicated and driving without a Minnesota driver’s license. A deputy recorded Castellanos driving at speeds in excess of 90 miles per hour on County Road 31 near Altura. When the deputy made contact with Castellanos, he detected the odor of alcohol. Castellanos had a blood alcohol content of .10 percent.
Thursday, August 16
At 5:07 p.m. police ticketed a 15-year-old female from Winona and Brianna Marie Weege, 18, of Winona, for shoplifting at Target after the two took more than $130 worth of merchandise.
Tuesday, August 21
At 10:35 a.m. police ticketed Cody Joe Connelly, 24, of Black River Falls, Wis., for shoplifting at Fleet Farm when he put on a pair of steel-toed boots and tried to walk out of the store with them. The boots were valued at $49.99.
At 8:05 p.m. police ticketed Nathan Henry Grossell, 56, of Winona, for public consumption after officers found Grossell drinking at Levee Park. Discarded cans were found in nearby bushes.
At 8:52 p.m. police arrested Aaron Reginald-Cal Nelson, 24, of St. Charles, for felony harassment stalking, violation of an order for protection and trespassing. Officers found Nelson at the home of a female with the protection order. Officers were dispatched to the female’s residence to watch for Nelson. When he showed up, officers arrested him.
At 11:09 p.m. police ticketed Benjamin Douglas Hanson, 21, of Winona, Troy Michael Siegman, 20, of Winona, Adam Jacob Whirley, 20, of Winona, and Jacob William Simmons, 22, of Winona, for loud party and gathering. Officers received several complaints that noise at a residence in the 500 block of East Ninth Street was disturbing neighbors. When officers arrived, they heard loud music and saw many people inside the house. Officers estimated more than 200 people were at the residence.
Wednesday, August 22
At 1:06 p.m. police ticketed Joshua James Warnecke, 21, of Winona, for disorderly conduct and fleeing police on foot. Police observed Warnecke raising a manhole cover over his head, and punching and kicking over garbage cans in an alley in the 50 block of East Third Street. When Warnecke saw officers, he ran. Officers chased after him and eventually arrested him. Warnecke had a blood alcohol content of .198 percent.
At 10:57 p.m. police arrested Dawn Renee Miller, 48, of Winona, for liability of crimes of another, depravation of parental rights, false imprisonment and second degree assault. They also arrested Roy Lawson, 50, of Winona, for depravation of parental rights, false imprisonment and domestic assault. The two were involved in an altercation with a 41-year-old female. According to the report, Lawson and Miller drove to the home of the 41-year-old female to pick up Lawson’s child, of whom the 41-year-old female is the mother. Lawson said the female had been drinking and didn’t think she should have them. Miller waited in the driver’s seat of the vehicle when Lawson grabbed the child from the mother’s arms and held the child in the vehicle. The mother tried to get the child out of the car, but when she couldn’t, she stood in front of the vehicle. The report said Lawson told Miller to drive away. The vehicle made contact with the mother, prompting the mother to call police. The mother said she was afraid for her safety. No injuries were reported and the case is being referred to the county attorney’s office.
At 11:22 p.m. police ticketed Jacob Walter Hauge, 24, of Winona, Zachary Michael Horton, 19, of Winona, Tyler James Beaulieu, 19, of Winona, and Benjamin Robert Richardson, 21, of Winona, for loud party and gathering after police received a noise complaint at a residence in the 350 block of West Tenth Street.
Thursday, August 23
At 11:31 p.m. police ticketed Sean Michael Murnane, 19, of Winona, for public consumption of alcohol, minor consumption of alcohol and possession of a small amount of marijuana after officers saw Murnane drinking out of what appeared to be an alcohol bottle. When officers made contact with Murnane, they saw him throw a small bag containing a green, leafy substance under the squad car.
At 12:32 a.m. police arrested Mitchell John Clendenen, 18, of Minneapolis, for fifth degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of a small amount of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, underage possession of alcohol, underage consumption of alcohol and possession of a dangerous weapon. An officer saw Clendenen and a juvenile female sitting in a vehicle with the dome light on near Ninth and Harriet streets. An officer on foot patrol approached the vehicle and saw Clendenen holding a marijuana pipe in his hand and drinking out of what appeared to be an alcohol bottle. When the officer searched the vehicle, he found a switchblade, a small bag of marijuana, mephadrone—or plant food—a pill bottle with psilocybin mushrooms—or magic mushrooms—and a scale. Clendenen is being referred to the county attorney’s office.
At 2:12 a.m. police ticketed Dominic Daniel Miller, 19, of Winona, for minor consumption of alcohol and possession of the identification of another after officers were called to a fight in the 500 block of Huff Street. When the officers arrived, the fight had broken up, but officers did make contact with Miller. When officers asked Miller for identification, Miller presented an Illinois license. Officers also detected the odor of alcohol.
Friday, August 24
At 1:57 a.m. police arrested Nicholas Robert Speltz, 51, of Winona, for fifth degree domestic assault causing fear and harm after a 47-year-old female reported being slapped by Speltz. Speltz is being referred to the city attorney.
At 3:11 a.m. police arrested Devin Bernard Bryson, 24, of Winona, for obstructing the legal process with force, fleeing an officer on foot, fifth degree possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. An officer on patrol saw Bryson walking down an alley near Seventh and Chestnut streets. According to the report, Bryson ran when he saw the squad car come down the alley. When the officer made contact with Bryson, the officer searched him and felt a hard, cylindrical object in Bryson’s pocket. The cylinder contained a white powdery substance later identified as cocaine. The officer searched the area where Bryson ran and found a burnt piece of tin foil. Bryson is being referred to the county attorney’s office.