Police calls

2011-02-20T00:00:00Z Police callsBy Daily News staff Winona Daily News
February 20, 2011 12:00 am  • 

Winona County


6:30 p.m. - Deputies responded to a residence on Cedar Ridge Drive near Pickwick, Minn., for a burglary report. A man there said someone broke into his house, found the key to two locked gun cabinets and stole five guns. Missing were two .22 caliber revolvers, a .45 revolver, a .38 caliber and a 10-round, .22-caliber long rifle.

10:39 p.m. - Elizabeth Rae Keller, 25, of Winona was cited for fourth-degree drunken driving. Keller was stopped near the intersection of U.S. Hwy. 14 and Hwy. 61 for driving over the center line.


9:48 p.m. - A deputy noticed a car crossing the center line several times on County Road 26, east of Elba, Minn. The deputy stopped the car and could smell alcohol coming from the driver. The deputy gave Kimberly Ann Lentz, 44, of Dover, Minn., field sobriety tests, which she failed.

A blood-alcohol test revealed her level at 0.19 percent.

She was cited for fourth-degree DWI and an open-container violation because she had two open cans of beer in the car, according to the reports.


Oct. 25

12:41 p.m. - Sarah Rose Davis, 30, of Winona was referred to the Winona County Attorney's Office for a possible charge of third-degree drunken driving. Police found Davis passed out behind the wheel of a vehicle near Wabasha and Eckert streets. The vehicle's engine was running, and Davis had her foot on the brake. Police collected a urine sample from Davis, who they believe was under the influence of a controlled substance but was not drunk. Tests showed Davis had methadone, clonazepam, amphetamine and methamphetamine in her system.


12:10 a.m. - A police officer driving on Third Street in downtown Winona noticed a man who appeared to be urinating in the street. The officer noticed the man was exposing himself and told the man to "put his penis back in his pants." The man told the officer he wasn't urinating, but was drunk and just being stupid. The officer cited Kody Jon Ebner, 22, with disorderly conduct. Saturday marked Ebner's 22nd birthday.

1:35 a.m. - A police officer noticed that a man failed to stop for a stop sign at the intersection of Huff and Third streets. The officer stopped the vehicle and smelled alcohol. The driver, Byron Clayton Roger, 24, of Oxford, Wis., told the officer he had six or seven drinks. Roger failed field sobriety tests. A preliminary breath test revealed that he had a 0.07 percent blood-alcohol concentration. A later test at the Law Enforcement Center said Roger's level was 0.09 percent. He was cited for fourth-degree DWI.

3:52 a.m. - Police were called to a domestic disturbance at the 650 block of West Fifth St. The victim told police that she had left the bar when Desomond Maurice Matthews, 30, of Winona started to drink because she said he gets angry. He later went to the house and started arguing with the victim. Police reports state he grabbed her by the shoulder, punched her in the face and scratched her neck and chest. She was frightened and locked herself in the bathroom. Police saw a mark on her face. They arrested Matthews and took him into custody. He was cited for domestic assault, causing fear and harm.

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