Saturday, October 6
At 7:29 a.m. a Minnesota City resident reported his trailer with two new all terrain vehicles missing from his property on Channel View Road. The man said sometime during the night someone stole a 6-foot by 18-foot, dual axle trailer with an ash-colored 2012 Polaris ATV and a camouflage-colored 2012 Polaris 500 Sportsman ATV. Estimated cost of the stolen property is $18,000.
Monday, October 8
At 8:10 p.m. deputies arrested Michael Wayne Cruse, 48, of Hidden Valley, for obstructing the legal process with force after two deputies and a Goodview police officer were called to a domestic incident in Hidden Valley. When deputies arrived on the scene, they found an adult female packing up a vehicle with two young children. The woman said Cruse was inside with another child and she wanted to get the child. A deputy escorted the female in and found an intoxicated Cruse stumbling around the residence. Cruse said the medication that he takes is causing him to appear intoxicated. The deputy attempted to administer a preliminary breath test but Cruse refused and walked out onto the porch. When the deputy went to restrain Cruse, Cruse grabbed the back of the deputies pants and hit the test out of his hand. Cruse then began yelling profanities at the woman and deputies. Cruse swung at the deputy once more before he was taken to the ground. Deputies administered a preliminary breath test at the law enforcement center and Cruse had a blood alcohol content of .24 percent.
Tuesday, October 2
At 6:10 p.m. a Winona resident reported missing two rings and a bottle of perfume from her residence in the 1100 block of Gilmore Avenue. The victim said she had another female living with her up until recently. The victim kicked the woman out two weeks ago and just noticed the items missing. Estimated cost of the stolen property is $85.
Friday, October 5
At 4 p.m. police ticketed and referred a 16-year-old Winona male for tampering with a motor vehicle, computer theft, theft, and possession of stolen property. They also ticketed another 16-year-old Winona male and a 15-year-old Winona male for tampering with a motor vehicle, computer theft and theft, after it was reported that the boys were involved in the break-ins of nearly 30 cars in the area of Winona State University during the last two weekends. Items taken from several cars were GPS systems, personal computers and an unknown amount of cash.
Saturday, October 6
At 5:22 p.m. police arrested Catherine Rose Winkels, 20, of Winona, for fleeing police, driving after revocation and providing no insurance. Winkels drove away during a traffic stop and was chased by the arresting officer. According to the report, an officer on patrol near Tenth and Mankato streets ran Winkelsí plates, which turned out to be revoked. The officer pulled Winkels over and asked if she had insurance, to which Winkels said she didnít. The officer told Winkels to wait while he pulled up some information in his vehicle. Winkels then backed up and pulled away from the scene. The officer activated his lights and sirens and followed Winkels. She pulled into a residence near the Belleview Apartments and parked. The officer made contact with Winkels again and asked her why she had left. Winkels said she thought the officer told her to drive home and said she thought he turned his lights on to show other drivers that he was following her. The officer said he did not instruct her to drive home and arrested her.
Sunday, October 7
At 12:36 a.m. police ticketed Ezra Griffin Trull, 18, of Highland Park, Ill., for minor consumption of alcohol after he was found passed out near the Tau Center on the Winona State University campus.
At 1:32 a.m. police ticketed a 17-year-old male for minor consumption of alcohol, damage to property, violation of curfew, and providing false information to an officer after the juvenile was seen breaking a flower pot and flag pole near a residence in the 550 block of East Third Street. When officers made contact with the male, they administered a preliminary breath test. The male had a blood alcohol content of .21 percent.
At 9:35 a.m. a Winona resident reported damage to her vehicle during the night after what she believed was a fight during a party nearby. The woman reported a large dent on top of her vehicle and several footprint marks on the windshield and back windows.
At 12:51 p.m. police broke up a fight in the area of Ninth and Franklin streets where a 21-year-old male was transported to Winona Health and airlifted to St. Marys Hospital in Rochester with a possible fractured skull. According to the report, a group of males gathered outside a residence in the area to talk about a sports game. The report said another group of males walking by the house heard the conversation and confronted the group. The argument turned physical and witnesses said they saw three unidentified subjects kicking and hitting a 21-year-old male who was huddled in the fetal position. The victim said he did not remember what happened.
At 7:44 p.m. police ticketed Christopher Warren Conlon, 22, of Winona, for driving off without paying for gasoline at the Freedom gas station on Johnson Street. Conlon did not pay for $25.05 worth of gasoline.
At 11:20 p.m. police arrested and referred Lisa Marie Johnson, 37, of Winona, for domestic assault causing fear and making terrorist threats after she was involved in an altercation with another female at her residence. The victim said Johnson jumped on top of her, held her down and threatened to kill her. The victim said she was in fear for her life. Johnson said the two were arguing earlier in the day but denied the argument turned physical.
Monday, October 8
At 11:26 a.m. police ticketed Jamison Jack Marcil, 40, unknown address, for violating a domestic abuse no contact order after a 37-year-old female reported receiving personal text messages from Marcil the night before.
At 1:14 p.m. a Winona resident reported missing several pieces of jewelry from her residence in the 450 block of Harriet Street after a gathering of about 20 people the night before. The female reported missing a diamond ring containing 18 diamonds, a purple birthstone ring, a sterling silver ring, one pearl earring and a headband. Estimated cost of the stolen property is $2,370.
At 5:23 p.m. police ticketed Robert Thomas Glynn, 19, of Orland Park, Ill., for shoplifting at Fleet Farm after Glynn allegedly stole three CO2 cartridges from a five-count box and concealed them in his jacket. Estimated cost of the stolen items is $3.99.