At 11:58 p.m. deputies ticketed Joshua Patrick Pagel, 27, of St. Charles, for fifth degree assault and driving with a canceled license after Pagel was involved in an altercation that began in Winona County and ended in Olmsted County. According to the report, a friend was driving Pagel to his home in St. Charles from a gathering on Highway 74. During the ride, Pagel allegedly began hitting the driver of the vehicle. When the driver pulled over, Pagel got into the driver’s seat and drove into Olmsted County. The Olmsted County Sheriff’s Department picked up the call and reported Pagel had flipped his vehicle.
Monday, October 1
At 2:48 p.m. deputies ticketed Brandon John Feuling, 22, of Lewiston, for driving without insurance and having bald tires after Feuling was involved in an accident on County Road 25. According to the report, Feuling said he became sick during his drive and vomited out the car window, causing him to lose control. The vehicle went down into the ditch, vaulted up an embankment and stopped on a field road. Feuling said he was traveling around 60 miles per hour when the incident occurred. Feuling was transported to the hospital via Lewiston Ambulance with non-life-threatening injuries.
Tuesday, October 2
At 4:51 p.m. deputies ticketed Shawn Michael Duffy, 21, of Winona, for inattentive driving after Duffy was involved in an accident on County Road 17 in Wilson Township. According to the report, Duffy was driving on the far right side of the road when he entered the ditch and vaulted up an embankment. Duffy was transported to Winona Health via ambulance with non-life-threatening injuries.
At 3:39 p.m. police ticketed a 16-year-old male for possession of a small amount of marijuana at Winona Senior High School. According to the report, school safety personnel found three backpacks left unattended outside a classroom. Inside one of the backpacks was an identification card and a small bag with a green, leafy substance that field-tested positive for marijuana.
Monday, October 1
At 1:21 p.m. police ticketed Forrest Philman Sawyer, 89, of Winona, for inattentive driving after he collided with Nicole Leone Izen, 25, of Fairmont, Minn., in the intersection of Sarnia and Hamilton streets. According to the report, Sawyer was eastbound on Sarnia when he turned left in front of Izen, who was westbound on Sarnia. Sawyer’s vehicle pushed Izen’s vehicle into a nearby parked vehicle. Sawyer and Izen were both transported to Winona Health via ambulance with non-life-threatening injuries.
Wednesday, October 3
At 1:40 a.m. police arrested Charles Joseph Mickelson, 20, of Winona, for fourth degree driving while intoxicated and possession of a small amount of marijuana after Mickelson was stopped for speeding near Seventh and Walnut streets. When the officer made contact with Mickelson, he detected an odor of alcohol and administered a preliminary breath test. Mickelson had a blood alcohol content of .15 percent.
At 8:37 p.m. a Winona resident reported her car had been broken into during the night and was missing 15 prednisone pills and about $15 in cash. The woman said she locked her vehicle and didn’t know how the person could have gained entry.
Thursday, October 4
At 3:29 p.m. police ticketed Kim Sabra Burns, 54, of Winona, for driving after revocation, displaying no proof of insurance and failure to yield after she collided with Raymond Joseph Bronk, 64, of Winona, at the intersection of Huff and Sarnia streets. Burns was westbound on Sarnia and was preparing to make a left hand turn onto Huff Street when she collided with Bronk, who was towing a trailer full of pumpkins east-bound on Sarnia. Burns was transported via ambulance to Winona Health with non-life-threatening injuries.
Friday, October 5
At 12:46 a.m. police ticketed Kyle Vincent Colbert, 20, of Brownsville, Minn., for underage consumption of alcohol and fleeing police on foot after officers were called to the area of Eighth and Wilson streets to break up a fight. When officers arrived, they saw a group of males fleeing the scene. Officers caught up to Colbert near Eighth and Harriet streets. Colbert said he ran because he knew he wasn’t old enough to drink.