Friday, May 24
• At 9:57 p.m. deputies arrested Philip John Conway, 77, of Minnesota City, for fourth-degree driving while intoxicated after he was stopped for failure to obey a stop sign on Wenonah Road in Minnesota City. Officers reported that Conway showed signs of intoxication. A preliminary breath test indicated that his blood alcohol content was .10 percent.
Saturday, May 25
• At 1:03 a.m. deputies arrested Mathew Symington, 21, of Neche, N.D., for fourth-degree driving while intoxicated after he was stopped for driving on the wrong side of the road on County Road 25 in Rollingstone Township. Symington showed signs of intoxication, deputies reported. A preliminary breath test indicated that his blood alcohol content was .11 percent.
Monday, May 27
• At 2:33 p.m. officers arrested Reginald Williams, 40, of Winona, for fifth-degree domestic assault causing harm and fifth-degree domestic assault causing fear after he allegedly shoved an adult female against a wall in his residence and held his hand over her mouth.
• At 2:29 p.m. officers responded to a report of theft from two vehicles on the 200 block of East Eighth Street. According to the complainants, the vehicles were parked on the street and were broken into sometime overnight. A black, 8-gigabyte iPod Touch, and a cassette adapter for an iPod were reported missing.
Tuesday, May 28
• At 1:58 a.m. officers arrested Courtney Nicole Williams, 25, of Goodview, for theft, theft of services, possession of stolen property, and criminal damage to property after she allegedly stole a cellphone from a cab driver, did not pay her fare, and damaged a police squad car while riding in the back seat. The cab driver reported the theft of his cellphone and services, and officers later found Williams in possession of the cellphone near the 650 block of East Third Street. Officers reported that Williams became very upset when she was ushered into the back of the squad car and that she kicked everything within reach, including the rear radar antennae, damaging its mount. Williams allegedly directed profanity at her arresting officer, calling her (among other things) “a waste of air.”