Saturday, August 17
• At 11:54 p.m., deputies arrested Jamie Lee Hinze, 29, of Winona, for fourth-degree driving while intoxicated after deputies reported observing Hinze having difficulties with the clutch on his motorcycle and observed him weaving in the lanes of traffic. A preliminary breath test indicated a blood alcohol level of .13 percent.
Wed., August 14
• At 4:49 p.m. officers ticketed Jesse Brandon Dale, 30, of Greenwood, Wis., for shoplifting after he allegedly took $41.11 worth of merchandise from Walmart.
Thursday, August 15
• At 9:02 a.m. a purse was reported stolen from a cart in the Walmart parking lot, after the shopper accidently drove off without taking the purse.
Friday, August 16
• At 10:21 a.m. officers responded to an accident at Sarnia and Mankato. Albert John Vonhof, 89, of Winona, slowed down due to a vehicle in front of him, when a vehicle operated by Gail Arlene Modjeski, 65, of Winona, struck Vonhof’s vehicle in the rear. Modjeski was taken by ambulance from the scene after complaining of injury.
• At 9:55 p.m. officers were called to the scene of an assault and robbery of a 14-year-old female Winona resident, who was assaulted by several other females in Bellevue Park. A backpack containing an iphone was also stolen from the girl; it was later recovered. Three girls could face potential charges.
• At 11:43 p.m. on Lenox Street, officers arrested Lawrence John Falk, 53, of Winona, for allegedly committing domestic assault, causing fear and harm, by punching his ex-wife in the side of the face.
Saturday, August 17
• At 1:14 a.m. a report was made of damage that a sign at 1303 W. Sixth Street was damaged. The sign at St. Mary’s Church had been damaged. In red marker someone had written — “call me,” with a phone number.
• At 2:04 a.m. officers arrested Michael Benjamin Burt, 24, of Utica, Minn., for allegedly obstructing justice near the 100 block of West Third Street. Burt was reportedly standing with a female and screaming profanity at officers as they drove by. When officers requested Burt to identify himself, he reportedly refused.
• At 2:12 a.m. officers arrested Ryan Todd Looney, for allegedly evading the police on foot, after police spoke to a group of nine individuals.
Sunday, August 18
• At 6:36 a.m. an adult male, of Houston, Minn., reported multiple items were stolen from an enclosed U-Haul trailer. The goods included an Xbox 360, a PS3, 150 Blu-ray DVDs, and 20-40 Grass Roots Marijuana baseball caps.
• At 8:39 a.m. an adult male, of Dubuque, Iowa, reported a mountain racing bicycle stolen. The racing bicycle was a 17-inch Cannondale bike.
• At 8:51 p.m. officers arrested Dylan Daniel Hutkowski, 19, of Rollingstone, for alleged simple robbery, domestic assault, and harm and disorderly conduct. Hutkowski’s ex-girlfriend heard he was in the hospital and went there with her friend to check on his condition. After arriving there, Hutkowski, the ex-girlfriend, and friend all exited the hospital together. Hutkowski then asked to speak to the victim [the ex-girlfriend] alone. Hutkowski then reportedly shoved the victim up against the car and asked to see her phone. She refused and he took the phone from her and threw it on the ground. Hutkowski then allegedly walked away, but returned and again shoved the victim against the car and took her phone from her, throwing it across the parking lot.
Monday, August 19
• At 1:33 a.m. officers ticketed two adult females for minor consumption of alcohol. Ashley May Harris, 19, of Winona, and Lindzey Jo Irene Groth, 19, of Winona, were both ticketed near 11th and Main streets.
• At 7:12 a.m. officers received a report of a theft from 450 Sioux Street. A 66-year-old Winona man reported that four solar lights and an Air Force flag valued at $65 were stolen from his yard. There are no suspects at this time.
Tuesday, August 20
• At 12:08 a.m. officers ticketed Trisha Ann Fenske, 39, of Winona, for possession of a hypodermic needle, and drug paraphernalia. Officers reportedly observed Fenske weaving through yards and then inquired about her condition. Officers noticed a purse shoved between a gas meter and the house. Officers searched the purse, which Fenske admitted was hers, and allegedly found a hypodermic needle, digital scale, and drug paraphernalia.