Friday, June 14
• At 9:31 p.m. deputies arrested William Phillip Buelow, 51, of Dakota, for fourth-degree driving while intoxicated after he was stopped for driving without working taillights on County Road 12 near Dresbach. A preliminary breath test indicated that his blood alcohol content was .12 percent, according to the report.
Saturday, June 15
• At 1:50 a.m. deputies arrested Cullen Kelley McDermott, 33, of Lakeville, for fourth-degree driving while intoxicated after he was stopped for erratic driving at Highway 43 and County Road 21. A preliminary breath test indicated that his blood alcohol content was .14 percent.
Sunday, June 16
• At 1:50 a.m. deputies arrested Brandon Curtis Hammann, 22, of Altura, for fourth-degree driving while intoxicated after he was stopped for driving an all-terrain vehicle without taillights in Altura. A preliminary breath test indicated his blood alcohol content was .11 percent.
Tuesday, June 18
• At 2:54 a.m. deputies ticketed Jacob Ryan Hokenstad, 18, of Altura, for disorderly conduct after he allegedly threatened another man with a paintball gun. According to the complaint, Hokenstad shot compressed air from a paintball gun while driving by the complainant in Altura. The complainant said that he and Hokenstad had a verbal confrontation beforehand and he felt that the gesture was a threat. Hokenstad told deputies that he did fire the empty paintball gun, but said that he did not point it at the complainant.
Thursday, June 20
• At 1:23 a.m. deputies arrested Joel Lee Merchlewitz, 44, of Rushford, for third-degree driving while intoxicated and second-degree test refusal after he was stopped for allegedly speeding and nearly driving into ditch at county roads 25 and 12. Merchlewitz showed signs of intoxication, deputies said. He refused to provide an official blood alcohol test, but a preliminary breath test indicated that his blood alcohol content was .22 percent, according to the report. Merchlewitz has multiple prior convictions, department officials said.
Tuesday, June 18
• At 9:50 a.m. officers ticketed Rodney Dale Seitz, 52, of Winona, for theft by shoplifting after he allegedly stole $11 worth of merchandise from Fleet Farm.
Wednesday, June 19
• At 9:35 p.m. officers arrested Rebecca Camille Eddy, 23, of Glencoe, for fourth-degree driving while intoxicated after she was stopped following a complaint of an intoxicated driver. A preliminary breath test indicated Eddy’s blood alcohol content was .18 percent.
• At 10:10 p.m. officers referred a 15-year-old male for domestic assault fear after he allegedly threatened an adult female at a residence in Winona. A responding officer drew his weapon and pointed it at the boy when he arrived at the residence to find the boy holding a large butcher’s knife while standing close to the woman, according to the report. The officer reported that the boy reluctantly obeyed orders to drop the knife. The woman told officers that the boy had threatened to punch her earlier that evening and did not report that the boy had threatened her with the knife. The boy was referred for a mental health evaluation.Thursday, June 20
• At 1:25 a.m. officers arrested Douglass Allen Treu, 32, of Alma, Wis., for fourth-degree driving while intoxicated and third-degree test refusal after he was stopped for erratic driving at Sixth and Olmsted streets. A preliminary breath test indicated that he was over the legal blood alcohol limit of .08 percent, police officials said. However, Treu reportedly refused to submit to an official blood alcohol test.
• At 11:04 a.m. officers received a report from an adult female resident of the 400 block of East Fifth Street that several bottles of prescription medications had been stolen from her house sometime between Sunday and Thursday.
• At 5:15 p.m. officers ticketed Christy Marie Wheeler for theft by shoplifting after she allegedly stole $70 worth of jewelry from ShopKo.
• A Winona man faces three felony charges after allegedly threatening an adult female with a kitchen knife. Kou Her, 26, of Winona, was charged by the Winona County Attorney’s office with second-degree assault causing fear, aggravated stalking, and terroristic threats after he allegedly approached the woman with a knife on June 2 and suggested that he kill her and their children so they could be together, according to the complaint. The woman later left Her and the residence. Her called the woman’s phone repeatedly after she fled, prosecutors stated. Prosecutors have not accused Her of causing physical harm.