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SEPT. 8: 12:30 p.m., a citizen was a victim of a computer scam.

SEPT. 9: 12:55 a.m., Walnut Park, four Winters juveniles were issued notices to appear and released to a parent. A 14-year old was cited for curfew violation; a 16-year-old cited for curfew violation and violation of probation; 17-year-old cited for curfew violation and minor in possession of an alcoholic beverage; and 17-year-old cited for curfew violation, minor in possession of tobacco and violation of probation.

SEPT. 11: 6:26 p.m., 700 block of Main Street, an officer responded to a domestic dispute. A suspect made threats toward the officer. The case is being forwarded to the District Attorney for complaint.

SEPT. 12: Time unknown, a citizen was a victim of identity theft.

~  1:59 p.m., a 15-year-old Winters juvenile was arrested for possessing metal knuckles and delaying and obstructing an investigation. The juvenile was booked at the Winters Police Department and transported to Yolo County Juvenile Hall for incarceration.

~  4:30 p.m., 200 block of Railroad Avenue, two juveniles were involved in a physical fight. A cellular telephone was dropped and believed to be stolen by one of the juveniles. Loss: $400.

~  5:08 p.m., Michael Owen Rothacker, 53, a transient surrendered himself on an outstanding Winters Police Department bench warrant charging him with failure to appear on previous charge of possessing controlled substance paraphernalia.  Rothacker was booked at the Winters Police Department and transported to Yolo County Jail for incarceration.

~  7:19 p.m., Fredericks Drive, an officer assisted Yolo County Sheriff deputies with translation regarding a suspicious circumstance.

~  8:29 p.m., a 14-year-old Mountain View juvenile, reported as a missing juvenile out of Santa Clara, was arrested for vandalism and resisting arrest. Two Winters juveniles, ages 14 and 17, were arrested for resisting arrest. All three juveniles were transported to Yolo County Juvenile Hall for incarceration.

SEPT. 13: 9:50 a.m., East Baker and East Street, a victim was battered by an unknown subject.

SEPT. 14: 11:31 p.m., a 14-year-old Winters juvenile was arrested for petty theft.  The juvenile was booked at the Winters Police Department and released to a parent on a notice to appear.

SEPT. 15: 3:04 p.m., Rex Lee Hughes, 66, of Winters was issued a notice to appear for driving with a suspended/revoked driver’s license.

~  3:09 p.m., County Road 90, officers responded to an audible alarm, found an open door and cleared the business. A responsible party arrived and secured the door.

~  5:30 p.m., 100 block of East Grant Avenue, a trailer was stolen. Loss: $250.

~  6:30 p.m., Manuel Joseph Altamirano, 42, of Woodland was issued a notice to appear for possessing a controlled substance and possessing controlled substance paraphernalia.

~  6:44 p.m., Ygnacio Andrew Prado, 41, of Woodland was issued a notice to appear for possessing controlled substance paraphernalia.

~  11:03 p.m., Shawn Michael Caldwell, 22, of Winters was arrested on an outstanding Solano County Sheriff bench warrant charging him with failure to appear on previous charge of theft. Caldwell was booked at Winters Police Department and transported to Yolo County Jail for incarceration.

SEPT. 16: 12:30 a.m., Russell Boulevard, a vehicle was stolen.  Loss: $600.

~  10 a.m., Gonzalo Francisco Jimenez, 28, of Winters was arrested for taking a vehicle without the owner’s consent and possessing burglary tools. Jimenez was transported to Yolo County Jail for incarceration.

~  3:20 p.m., Bertha Montes, 46, of Winters was issued a notice to appear for being an unlicensed driver and using a cellular telephone while driving a vehicle.

~  4:20 p.m., Antonio O. Solorio, 21, of Madison was issued a notice to appear for being an unlicensed driver and driving on the wrong side of the roadway

~  7:30 p.m., 100 block of Main Street, a suspect entered a business and cashed a fraudulent check. Investigation continues.

~  10:32 p.m., 1000 block of Hemenway Street, officers responded to an audible alarm.  The residence was found secure.

SEPT. 17: 1:23 a.m., Vincent Marcel Cervantez, 26, of Sacramento was issued a notice to appear for driving with a suspended/revoked driver’s license, driving a vehicle with expired registration and failing to provide proof of insurance. Cervantez was also arrested on an outstanding Sacramento County bench warrant charging him with failure to appear on previous charge of driving under the influence of a drug.  Cervantez was booked at Winters Police Department and transported to Yolo County Jail for incarceration.

~  6:32 p.m., 400 block of Railroad Avenue, officers responded to an audible alarm.  The business was found secure.

 

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