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POLICE BLOTTER (04/10/2013)
Winona County

March 29

• At 12:38 a.m. deputies ticketed Derrick Borkowski, 19, of Winona, and three female minors for underage consumption after Borkowski’s vehicle was stopped for having an object hanging from the rearview mirror. A sixteen-year-old female from Winona and a 17-year-old female from Minnesota City were ticketed for underage consumption, and a seventeen-year-old female from Winona was ticketed for underage consumption and underage possession after beer cans were found in her bag, according to the report. Deputies stopped the vehicle on County Road 32 in Goodview and reported that Borkowski had bloodshot, watery eyes. Preliminary breath tests indicated that all four young people had been drinking.

Thursday, April 4

• At 2:15 p.m. a resident of Ridge Hill Drive near Stockton reported the theft of $50 to $100 worth of limited edition coins from his home.

Friday, April 5

• At 11:53 p.m. deputies ticketed three young women for underage consumption and one for underage drinking and driving following a traffic stop on 54th avenue in Goodview. Ashley Marie Thompson, 18, of Winona, was cited for underage consumption and underage drinking and driving; Kelsey Lynn Roffler, 19, of Winona was cited for underage consumption; and Kendra Lynn Carney, 18, of Winona was cited for underage consumption. Deputies stopped the vehicle for having a license plate light out and noticed an odor of alcohol coming from the vehicle, according to the report. The underage women were subsequently given preliminary breath tests and found to have been drinking.

Saturday, April 6

• At 1:10 a.m. deputies arrested Greg Thomas Marmsoler, 53, of Winona, for fourth-degree driving while intoxicated after he was stopped on Highway 61 north of Highway 43 for reportedly drifting and making wide turns. A preliminary breath test indicated his blood alcohol content was .09 percent.

• At 10:30 p.m. a burglary was reported to deputies by an adult male resident of Main Street in Altura. The man said he came home to find two of the doors to his house ajar, the contents of his home ransacked, and some items missing. The man reported missing two decorative plates worth $100 and mid-sized safe, which was empty, valued at $100. A freshly sharpened tire iron was later found at the residence, though it was not needed to open the home’s unlocked doors.

Sunday, April 7

• At 12:57 a.m. deputies arrested Matthew James Speltz, 22, of Rollingstone, for fourth-degree driving while intoxicated after he was stopped for speeding on Highway 248 near Minnesota City. Deputies reported smelling alcohol coming from the vehicle and said that Speltz’s speech was slurred. When asked how much he had to drink, Speltz reportedly said “probably enough,” and admitted to having five mixed drinks in two hours, according to the report. A preliminary breath test indicated that his blood alcohol content was .13 percent.

Winona Police

Friday, April 5

• At 2:04 a.m. officers received a report of a burglary from a female resident of the 100 block of East 10th Street, who said that someone stole her iPhone 5, valued at $210, from her bedroom while she was taking a shower. The phone was later recovered in the bushes outside a nearby residence.

Saturday, April 6

• At 3:08 a.m. officers received a report from an adult female resident of the 650 block of East Mark Street of damage to a vehicle. The woman reported that sometime that night, someone bashed the side panel and hood of her car and broke off the driver’s-side mirror. No damage estimate was available.

Sunday, April 7

• At 1:09 a.m. officers arrested Corree James Labbee, 27, of Blackwell, Mo., for fourth-degree driving while intoxicated and unreasonable acceleration after he alleged sped through four blocks of downtown Winona in seconds on his motorcycle. A preliminary breath test indicated that his blood alcohol content was .13 percent.

• At 5:42 a.m. officers ticketed Gabriel David Bebout for shoplifting after he allegedly walked out of Walmart with a 47-inch TV valued at $548.

• At 10:04 a.m. officers arrested Charles Linard Boyd, 30, of Illinois for disorderly conduct and obstructing the legal system after he attempted to assault officers. Officers responded to a report that Boyd was passed out on a bench at the Amtrak Station. After the six-foot-five, 230-pound Boyd roused himself he began threatening officers and eventually charged officers, according to the report. The charged officer fired his Taser, which had no effect, and numerous officers subdued Boyd, police officials said.

Monday, April 8

• At 4:25 a.m. officers arrested Joshua Travis McAnallen, 28, of Whitehall, Wis., for domestic assault causing harm, domestic assault causing fear, and gross misdemeanor domestic assault after he allegedly threw a glass object at an adult female outside Perkins Restaurant in Winona. Officers stated that the glass object appeared to be a marijuana bong.

Tuesday, April 9

• At 12:49 a.m. Joshua Cade Lenger, 19, of Winona, was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia after he was stopped on Huff Street for having a brake light out. Officers reported observing a green leafy substance on Lenger’s coat and lap, which he admitted was marijuana. Officers searched Lenger’s vehicle finding a marijuana grinder and pipe, according to the report. 

 

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