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police blotter (09/04/2013)
Winona County

Friday, August 30

•At 10:22 a.m. deputies arrested Jamie Lee Hinze, 29, Winona, for a Predatory Offender Registry (POR) violation. As a predatory offender, Hinze failed to register the vehicles he drove and the location of his residence. Hinze had been staying on West Sixth Street, and was taken into custody from his job at Winona ORC (Occupational Rehabilitation Center).

•At 3:45 p.m. deputies responded to a two vehicle accident near County Road 6 and County Road 33. A dual axle box truck driven by James Cliffton Rahlf, 39, New Hampton, Iowa, was traveling westbound on County Road 6 when the truck t-boned a Toyota Camry driven by Faith Mayer Thornburgh, 55, Rochester, driving northbound on County Road 33. Rahlf indicated that Thornburgh did not stop for a stop sign, although Thornburgh denied this. Thornburgh was taken to St. Mary’s Hospital in Rochester to be treated for serious injuries. The accident is still under investigation.

Saturday, August 31

• At 8:03 p.m. deputies responded to a report of a theft near the Elba Fire Tower. A vehicle parked in a visitor’s parking lot had a window broken and several items stolen. A small purse was taken with $50 cash and a $40 gift certificate inside. Also reported missing were a GPS Garmin worth $200, a Nexus Tablet with case worth $350, a pouch with $60 cash, a woman’s swimsuit worth $80, two water bottles worth $40, and towels worth $40. There are no suspects at this time.

Winona Police

Friday, August 30

•At 11:48 p.m. officers arrested Jamar Armond Caradine, 30, Winona, for domestic assault causing fear and harm after Caradine allegedly hit a female, 28, in the face during an argument.

Sunday, Sept. 1

•At 1:28 a.m. officers arrested Shane John Swanke-Mindrum, 21, Winona, for third-degree driving while intoxicated. Officers pulled Swanke-Mindrum over near Seventh and Johnson streets for speeding 40 mph in a 30 mph zone and proceeding through a stop sign as a pedestrian used the crosswalk. A preliminary breath test indicated that Swanke-Mindrum’s blood alcohol content was .15 percent.

• At 2:17 p.m. officers responded to the 500 block of East Ninth Street for domestic assault causing fear. Officers arrested Lucas Jon Jumbeck, 33, Winona, for raising a pickaxe at his parents and making threats.

Monday, September 2

• At 2:45 a.m. officers responded to a loud party complaint on the 700 block of West Broadway. Officers knocked on the door, and after a person inside asked the officers to identify themselves, the door was locked. The officers obtained a search warrant at 4:10 a.m. and arrived back at the house at 4:43 a.m. Officers issued tickets to several people. Kyler Troy Hargot, 19, Winona, was ticketed for underage consumption of alcohol and failure to leave a loud party, as were Nicole Elizabeth Tupy, 18, New Prague, Minn., Brett Daniel Mashl, 20, Winona, Courtney Marie Romain, 18, Winona. Christopher John Sievert, 20, Winona, was ticketed for under age consumption of alcohol, social host, and noise violation for a loud party. Matthew Dennis Anderson, 20, Winona, was ticketed for under age consumption, loud party, and social host. Brett Leonard Wilson, 21, Winona, was ticketed for a loud party and being a social host.

• At 7:25 p.m. officer arrested Jesse David Shultz, 25, near the 500 block of west 10th Street for domestic assault causing harm and disorderly conduct. Shultz allegedly hit a female victim, 20, with a fishing pole during an argument, in front of a young child. Neighbors notified police and Shultz then allegedly threatened the neighbors with violence.



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