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POLICE BLOTTER (11/01/2013)
Winona County

Saturday, October 26

• At 5:04 p.m. police received a call from a man reporting someone had used his check card to make an unauthorized purchase. The 37-year-old Winona man told deputies his card had been used to buy an iPhone online, valued at $594. Police are investigating the incident.

Monday, October 28

• At 1:40 p.m. police received a call reporting a 1,100-pound red Angus bull roaming in Wiscoy Valley. A farmer coaxed the bull, described as aggressive, into his fenced field to ensure it did not get hit by a vehicle. Police are seeking the owner of the bull.

Winona Police

Friday, August 30

• At 4:16 p.m. police received a report that a driver struck a parked car and then hit the railroad stop gates at 11th and Carimona streets. The driver, Ann May Kittle, 38, of Winona, was referred to the County Attorney for potential charges of fourth-degree driving while under the influence of a controlled substance, driving after revocation, and leaving the scene of a property damage accident. Police said a blood test showed Kittle was under the influence of the prescription drug Zolpidem at the time of the incident.

Tuesday, September 3

• At 3:56 p.m. police responded to a report that a woman had rear-ended another vehicle at Frontenac Street and Mankato Avenue. Ann May Kittle, 38, of Winona, was referred to the County Attorney for potential charges of fourth degree driving while under the influence of a controlled substance, driving after revocation, and inattentive driving. Police said a blood test showed Kittle was under the influence of the prescription drug Zolpidem at the time of the incident.

Wed., October 23

• At 10:58 a.m. police received a call from an employee at the Kwik Trip on Cottonwood Drive reporting a counterfeit bill had been passed at the store. The employee said it was unknown when the counterfeit $20 bill had been passed. Police sent the bill to the Secret Service.

Friday, October 25

• At 12:17 a.m. police stopped a vehicle after observing it cross the center line and nearly collide with a squad car. The driver, Joshua Lee Fox, 36, of Winona, was referred to the County Attorney for possible charges of driving left of the center line, driving with a suspended license, third-degree driving while intoxicated, fifth-degree possession of a controlled substance, and possession of a small amount of marijuana. Police said he showed signs of intoxication and his blood alcohol content was measured at .09 percent. When he was searched upon arriving at the police station, police said a prescription Alprazolam pill was found.

Saturday, October 26

• At 4:55 p.m. police received a call reporting a possible drunken driver at Highway 61 and Mankato Avenue. Police stopped the vehicle at Highway 61 and Highway 14, and said the driver, Terrence Lee Antony, 47, of La Crosse, Wis., showed signs of intoxication. He was referred to the County Attorney for potential charges of third-degree driving while intoxicated; his blood alcohol content was measured at .21 percent.

Sunday, October 27

• At 8:32 p.m. police received a call reporting a shoplifter at Walmart. Richard Lee Newcomb, 30, of Ripon, Wis., was cited for theft by shoplifting after he allegedly attempted to leave the store with $181.60 in Play Station 3 accessories.

Tuesday, October 29

• At 1:07 p.m. police received a report of a burglary at an apartment on the 300 block of Center Street. The resident said a PlayStation 3, a game, and controllers were taken from the unlocked residence. The items were valued at $300.

Thursday, October 31

•At 8:26 p.m. officers were called to Third and Market streets after a call from a Gabby’s Bar employee alleged a drunken man with a firearm was in the area. Employees told police when they arrived on the scene that they had tried to remove an extremely intoxicated man from the bar, and in the process a gun fell onto the floor. Police found Drew Major Fuglestad, 24, of Winona, at Warehouse Liquor across the street. A loaded Hi-Point 9mm handgun was found tucked into his pants. Police ticketed Fuglestad for carrying a handgun without a Minnesota permit and carrying a handgun while intoxicated. His blood alcohol content was measured at .308 percent, and he was taken to a detoxication facility in Rochester.

• At 11:49 p.m. police cited Zachary Austin Darula, 20, of Winona, for underaged consumption of alcohol, possession of a fraudulent identification card, and public urination at Fourth and Lafayette streets. No police reports had been written Friday to provide details about the incident.

• At 11:35 p.m. police observed Zachary Wellma, 19, of Winona, at 10th and Center Streets carrying a beer. Police found a bottle of liquor in his backpack and cited him for being underaged and in possession of alcohol.

• At 11:01 p.m. police received a call reporting damage to a Winona State University banner on 11th Street east of Huff Street. The caller reported witnessing a man jump up and hang from a fiberglass pole holding the banner, which then broke off. The 21-year-old Winona man then allegedly took the banner into a nearby bar. Police are investigating the incident for possible charges.

• At 7:44 p.m. police received a call from a man who said the rear tires on his truck were slashed while it was parked overnight in a driveway on the 350 block of West Mark Street.  

 

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