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Winters Police Chief Sergio Guiterrez (left) holds the microphone as Officer Morgan Hatcher is sworn in at last week’s council meeting.

 

 

Photo by Tessa Bryce

 

 

Property crimes
on the rise


By MARGARET BURNS
Staff writer
The Yolo County Sheriff’s Office held a town hall meeting in Winters on Wednesday, Feb. 18, to give an upodate on recent crime in the Winters area and answer questions from community members.
Sergeant Ray Jimenez of the Community Resources Department first described how Yolo County is divided into different service zones by the Sheriff’s office. Winters is part of the “red zone” of western Yolo County. It stretches from Rumsey in the north of the Capay Valley down to and east of Winters to County Road 95, up to County Road 26 and extends to Monticello Dam in the west. The southern border is Putah Creek. This 1,000 square mile area has one deputy on duty 24/7.
In 2014, the Winters area had a total of 1,758 calls for service. Of these, 29 were reports of theft or theft in progress; 19 were burglary reports; 10 were robbery reports; 27 were domestic violence; 12 were battery; trespassers were 34; disturbances were 84; and vandalism 14. The remaining nearly 1,500 service calls were for things like traffic stops, alarms, medical aid, abandoned 911 calls or follow ups. . . .

 




Vanessa Arellano goes upside down to make a pass to the middle of the field during the first round playoff game against visiting Williams on Thursday, Feb. 19.

 

 

Photos by Eric Lucero

 

 

Girls hoops wins

one, loses one

By ERIC LUCERO
Express sports

Baylee Opperman and Savannah McMorrow both scored a double double to lead the Winters High School girls varsity basketball team to a 42-35 victory over Williams High School. On Tuesday, Feb. 17, the Warriors hosted the Hornets in a Sacramento Valley League game and moved one step closer to the playoffs.
Opperman led the Warriors, scoring 17 points with 10 rebounds and had four steals. McMorrow had a huge night with 13 points and totally dominated the boards by pulling down 29 rebounds and had three assists. Montana Frey scored 9 points, JorDann Jones scored 2 points, had two rebounds and three steals. Baylee Rippee scored 1 point and had two assists, while Mikenna Sims grabbed six rebounds and had two assists. . . .

 

 

 


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