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POLICE BLOTTER (01/05/2014)
Winona Police

Sunday, December 29

• At 8 p.m. officers responded to a report of a two-vehicle accident on the 800 block of West Sixth Street. At the scene, officers observed a vehicle with rear-end damage and another vehicle with Wisconsin plates and severe front-end damage. Danielle Beranice Breide, 27, of La Farge, Wis., admitted to officers that she had “rear-ended the other vehicle.” Officers noted that Breide displayed signs of intoxication, and administered a breathalyzer test, which measured Breide’s blood alcohol content at .23 percent. Officers then arrested and transported Breide to the Winona County Jail where she was referred to the Winona County Attorney for charges of third-degree driving while intoxicated. Breide and the driver of the other car were not injured in the accident.

Monday, Dec. 30

• At 5:41 p.m. police responded to a report of two intoxicated individuals near Fourth and Chatfield streets. On the way to the scene, officers spotted two male individuals at Fifth and Chatfield streets who matched the descriptions of the suspects. An officer made contact with Steven Everett Bale Sanders, 40, of Winona, while the second male walked away toward Mankato Avenue. The officer had to physically hold up Sanders to keep him from falling over. When asked his name, Sanders told the officer his name was Scot Wayne Sanders and also gave the officer a false date of birth. The officer checked the name in his data system and found that the photo for Scot Wayne Sanders did not match the individual who had given him the name. The officer then went over to the second male and asked him what Sanders’ real name was, and the second male provided him with Sanders’ real name. Sanders eventually admitted to using his brother’s name and was arrested and sent to the Winona County Jail and then to a detox facility. Sanders was referred to the Winona County Attorney for charges of providing false name and date of birth. He is on probation and supposed to abstain from alcohol.

Wednesday, Jan. 1.

• At 5:02 a.m. police were at the 450 block of High Forest Street when they ticketed Cody James Meyer, 20, of Winona, with minor consumption of alcohol.

• At 6:16 a.m. an officer noted a vehicle in the ditch at Riverview Drive and Prairie Island Road. John Michael Torgeson, 32, of Winona, was referred to the Winona County Attorney for charges of third-degree driving while intoxicated. Torgeson’s blood alcohol content was measured at .17 percent.

• At 2:01 p.m. a female reported that she had her wallet stolen from ZaZa’s Pub & Pizzeria on Huff Street. She also reported an unauthorized charge with her MasterCard at Walmart.

• At 4:24 p.m. police received a report of a theft at the Sinclair station on Mankato Avenue. Matthew Thomas Kiefer, 31, of Winona, was ticketed for theft after he allegedly took a pair of sunglasses.

Winona County

Monday, Dec. 30

• At 5:34 p.m. deputies responded to a report of an accident on County Road 116, one mile west of County Road 30, near Plainview. Agatha Ann Hubbard, 74, of Wabasha, and Daniela Ann Wolfe, 15, of Winona, were both transported to the Mayo Clinic by ambulance as a precaution after their vehicle slid off the road and hit a tree 60 feet down the slope. Wolfe sustained light neck and back injuries.

Wednesday, Jan. 1.

• At 8:47 a.m. deputies received a report of a robbery at a Hidden Valley trailer. The complainant, a 34-year-old female, stated that on December 31, 2013, she left her trailer at 4 p.m. and returned at 6 a.m. the next day to see that the door to the trailer had been kicked in. The woman, who was in the process of moving out of the trailer, reported that three flat screen televisions were missing: a 20-inch television, a 36-inch Emerson television, and what she thought was a 48-inch television. She also said that she was missing two twin mattresses. The people who were moving into the trailer came at 9:00 p.m. on December 31, and thought the complainant had moved out already, police said. 

 

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