by CHRIS ROGERS
On Monday, April 8, Gabriel David Bebout, 31, of Minnesota City, and Trisha Ann Fenske, 38, of Winona, were arrested after being stopped in a stolen vehicle and found with a synthetic drug known as “plant food,” according to the report. Officers noticed the vehicle, which had been reported stolen the day before, driving down Third Street on the east side of Winona. The officers stopped the vehicle and searched it, discovering a hypodermic needle, the drug “plant food,” and an object used to smoke it, according to the report. Bebout was referred for motor vehicle theft, receiving stolen property, fifth-degree possession of a controlled substance, and driving after revocation. Fenske was referred for fifth-degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of a hypodermic needle. Both were in custody at the time of the report.