Public safety report: May 8

The report logs from the Winters Fire Department and Winters Police Department.

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Fire Report April 23: 10:42 a.m., public assist, Venada Drive. ~11:15 a.m., medical aid, 100 block of Grant Avenue. ~3:01 p.m., mutual aid, NB I-5. April 24: 10:12 a.m., medical aid, 400 block of Abbey Street. ~9:23 p.m., medical aid, 400 block of Main Street. April 25: 5:01 a.m., medical aid, Highway 128. ~10:03 a.m., structure fire, First block of Edwards Street. April 26: 11:31 a.m., medical aid, 700 block of Ivy Court. April 27: 2:45 a.m., mutual aid, Putah Creek Road. ~4:10 p.m., medical aid, 1000 block of Berryessa Court. ~9:45 p.m., medical aid, Russell Boulevard. April 29: 2:30 a.m., medical aid, 100 block of Purtell Court. ~3:57 p.m., medical aid, 700 block of Ivy Court. ~4:43 p.m., medical aid, Neimann Street/Hemenway Street. ~5:05 p.m., medical aid, 900 block of Taylor Street. ~10:48 p.m., medical aid, 40 block of Myrtle Drive. April 30: 2:04 p.m., mutual aid, CR 89/CR 26 May 1: 10:20 a.m., medical aid, 20 block of Main Street. ~1:31 p.m., mutual aid, CR 87/Highway 128. ~3:45 p.m., medical aid, 300 block of Hillview Lane. Police Report April 20: 300 block of Edwards Street, fraud. April 24: first block of Edwards Street, theft – property recovered. April 25: 3:28 a.m., 100 block of E. Grant Avenue, commercial audible alarm. ~10:15 a.m., First block of Main Street, commercial audible alarm. April 26: 2:31 a.m., County Road 90, commercial audible alarm. ~2:37 p.m., 800 block of W. Grant Avenue, theft. April 27: 8:44 p.m., Juan DeDios Mora-Ceja, 19, of Winters was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol, driving a vehicle while under age 21 with .05 percent or more blood alcohol content and failing to stop at a red light. Mora-Ceja was booked and transported to Yolo County Jail for incarceration. April 28: 10:58 p.m., 100 block of East Grant Avenue, commercial audible alarm.]]>

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