Monday, June 3
At 8:15 a.m. deputies received a report of theft from a property south of St. Charles. An adult male resident of Meadow View Drive reported that four equipment batteries and a set of sockets and wrenches with a total value of $515 had been stolen from the property.
Tuesday, June 4
At 4 p.m. deputies arrested David Jeffrey Clickner, 35, of Ridgeway, for probation violation, driving after cancellation inimical to public safety, possession of a small amount of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia after an employee of the Kwik Trip at Huff And Sarnia streets reported that Clickner appeared to be under the influence of something. The employee told deputies he was afraid for the safety of four young children with Clickner. Clickner had been at the store for over 10 minutes and was moving rapidly and erratically, grabbing things off the shelf and then putting them back, according to the report. Deputies knew that Clickner’s driver’s license was cancelled. When deputies approached Clickner, he allegedly admitted to driving. Deputies also found a small amount of marijuana and a couple of marijuana smoking pipes on Clickner’s person, according to the report. Clickner reportedly refused to take a urine test as required by his probation. The children were released into the custody of their mother.
Thursday, May 30
At 4:51 p.m. officers ticketed Lucy Rose Stark-Schendell, 19, of Winona, with domestic assault causing harm after she allegedly assaulted a 16-year-old female at a residence on West Seventh Street.
Friday, May 31
At 2:46 a.m. officers arrested Richard John Breza, 30, of Winona, for driving under the influence of a controlled substance and third-degree test refusal after he was stopped for failure to signal a turn at the intersection of Fourth and Winona streets. Officers reported that Breza was extremely slow and nervous during the traffic stop. A drug recognition officer testified that Breza was under the influence of a controlled substance and Breza was subsequently brought in for testing. Breza declined a blood test and agreed to a urine test, but after 45 minutes to an hour of Breza’s failing to provide a urine sample, officers deemed that Breza was refusing to provide a sample, according to the report. Police officials said they could not confirm what substance Breza may have been using.
Wednesday, May 5
At 6:15 a.m. officers responded to a suicidal 53-year-old man who said he was planning on jumping off the Interstate bridge. The man was standing on the sidewalk in the middle of the bridge with his shirt off, according to the citizen reports. He told officers he was homeless and suffers from depression. Officers referred the man for mental health care.
Thursday, May 6
At 5:45 p.m. officers received a report of a vehicle window smashed near Sixth and Jefferson streets. A man told officers that sometime between 5 p.m. on May 5th and the time of the report, someone broke out the front passenger window of his pickup. A five-pound rubberized dumbbell was found on the floor of the passenger side, and it is believed to have been used to smash the window.
Friday, May 7
At 1:40 a.m. officers ticketed Kaleasha Marie Panganiban, 19, of Lake Elmo, and Michelle Lynn Woloszyk, 19, of Sussex, Wis., for minor consumption following a traffic stop at Sixth and Harriet streets.