Friday, October 25
• At 7:54 p.m., police received a call from a woman who said a man had been stalking her. The 24-year-old woman said she had a domestic abuse no contact order against Aaron Reginald-Cal Nelson, 26, of St. Charles, and told police he had been following her in his vehicle as she traveled from Plainview to Altura. A St. Charles officer stopped Nelson, who police said had been wearing a GPS locater device due to a previous conviction. Further investigation showed that Nelson had allegedly followed the woman for approximately 50 miles over 3.5 hours. He was arrested and referred to the Winona County Attorney for charges of violating a domestic abuse no contact order and stalking.
Saturday, October 26
• At 9:41 p.m. police received a report of damage to a boat parked near the Verchota Landing. A 56-year-old Winona man reported that someone had spray painted the inside and outside of his boat. The sides were painted black and the inside was painted a tan color, and the man told police he thought someone may have been trying to camouflage the boat to be used for duck hunting. Two boat plugs, two oar hooks, two metal clips, two chains, and two padlocks, all estimated to cost $40, were reported missing. The boat was valued at $300.
• At 1:43 p.m. police received a report of the theft of a solar powered electric fencing system from rural property south of St. Charles. The system, valued at $170, used solar power to turn the fence into an electric fence. The 69-year-old man told police he had last checked his property on October 9, and when he returned on October 23, the unit was missing.
• At 11:04 p.m. police responded to a report that a vehicle had crashed into a tree in a yard in Hidden Valley Mobile Home Village. The driver, Travis Edward Wobig, 25, of Minnesota City, allegedly showed signs of intoxication and admitted to police he had been drinking prior to the crash. He was arrested and cited for third-degree driving while intoxicated with a blood alcohol content measured at .17 percent.
Sunday, October 27
• At 1:23 a.m. deputies observed a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed turn onto Market Street from Third Street in downtown Winona and nearly strike several pedestrians attempting to cross the road. The driver, Lynn Joann Carlson, 49, of Winona, allegedly showed signs of intoxication and was cited for fourth-degree driving while intoxicated, failing to obey a traffic signal, and speeding. Her blood alcohol content was measured at .17 percent.
Thurs., October 17
• At 3:10 p.m. police received a call from a 34-year-old Winona man reporting he had been assaulted. The victim told police that Mark Allen Schultz, 30, of Winona, punched him in the face during an argument, then broke a mirror off the victim’s vehicle while the two were in the area of Sixth and Pelzer streets. Police referred Schultz to the Winona County Attorney for possible charges of fifth-degree assault and criminal damage to property.
Thurs., October 24
• At 6:46 p.m. police received a call from Menards employees reporting a shoplifter. Craig Ray Hanville, 40, of Winona, was cited for theft after he allegedly stole a drill valued at $169. Police allegedly identified Hanville on store surveillance video footage.
• At 12:13 p.m. police cited Shawn Michael Quinn, 20, of South St. Paul, for criminal damage to property after he allegedly punched and broke a window on a screen door at a residence on the 350 block of Liberty Street.
• At 10:25 p.m. police cited Chelsea Dannielle Welker, 20, of Winona, for theft by shoplifting after she allegedly stole $42.32 in merchandise from Walmart.
Friday, October 25
• At 2:28 a.m. police stopped a vehicle at Sixth and Kansas streets for speeding. The driver, Isaiah Jerome Carter, 19, of Winona, was cited for fourth-degree driving while intoxicated after he allegedly showed signs of intoxication and his blood alcohol content was measured at .08 percent. Passenger Sierra Marie Mayzek, 19, of Winona, was cited for minor consumption of alcohol.
• At 6:06 a.m. police received a report of a brake controller for a trailer stolen from a vehicle on the 500 block of East Fifth Street. The controller was valued at $200, and the caller reported approximately $100 in CDs had been stolen from inside the vehicle.
• At 4:04 p.m. police received a call reporting a door forced open at a residence on the 400 block of Hamilton Street. Nothing was reported missing.
Saturday, October 26
• At 1:30 a.m. police stopped a vehicle near Fourth and Johnson streets after the driver allegedly did not stop for a stop sign. The driver, David Scott Beech, 25, of Houston, Minn., was cited for fourth degree driving while intoxicated and driving after revocation. Beech allegedly showed signs of intoxication, according to police, and his blood alcohol content was measured at .17 percent. Passengers Taylor John Kujak, 21, of Winona, and Ezra Thomas Van Revenhurst, 23, of Caledonia, were cited for not using seat belts. Passenger Anthony Lynn Schmitz, 23, of Houston, Minn., was cited for having an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle.
• At 12:17 p.m. police cited Eddie Lashaun Lewis, 31, of St. Charles, for domestic assault causing fear and domestic assault causing harm after he allegedly pushed and punched a woman at a residence on the 350 block of Sarnia Street.
Sunday, October 27
• At 4:52 p.m. police responded to a three-car accident at the intersection of Highway 14 and Highway 61. A vehicle driven by Gay E. Hurlburt, 54, of Durand, Wis., allegedly ran a stop light at the intersection and collided with a vehicle driven by Alvin Jay Munsch, 63, of St. Charles. Munsch’s vehicle then collided with a vehicle driven by Idris Mohamed Hassan, 31, of Barron, Wis. Hurlburt and Hassan were transported to Winona Health via ambulance after complaining they were injured. Hurlburt was cited for disobeying a traffic signal.
• At 11:29 a.m. police received a call reporting a man assaulted a woman at a residence on the 500 block of East Third Street. A 29-year-old woman told police that Mark Allen Schultz, 30, of Winona, arrived at her home and pounded on the door. When the victim’s boyfriend answered, Schultz allegedly pushed his way into the residence and pushed the woman several times, then threw her cell phone and broke it. Police said the woman had several abrasions on her face and arms. Schultz was referred to the Winona County Attorney for charges of domestic assault causing fear.
• At 3:35 p.m. police responded to a report of a shoplifter at Daniels Hardware. Employees told police that Craig Ray Hanville, 40, of Winona, had been in the store earlier and had taken items without paying for them, then returned. Police reportedly observed a square bulge protruding from Hanville’s clothing and discovered multiple items he had concealed, including: a flashlight, multiple wrenches, magnets, socket set, batteries, screwdrivers and a screwdriver set, and a tire gauge. The value of the items was $527.85, according to police. Also found in Hanville’s clothing, backpack, and bicycle was a substance that field-tested positive for methamphetamine, one prescription hydrocodone pill, 10 prescription Clonazapam pills, and 11 prescription Tramadol pills. Hanville was arrested and referred to the Winona County Attorney for charges of fifth-degree possession of a controlled substance and gross misdemeanor theft.
Monday, October 28
• At 3:09 p.m. police received a report of a burglary at a residence on the 150 block of Mankato Avenue. A gaming system and accessories valued at $600 were taken from the unlocked residence.