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SEPT. 16: 11 a.m., a citizen’s credit card information was fraudulently used in an attempt to obtain goods.

SEPT. 16-18: time unknown, first block of Main Street or 100 block of East Grant Avenue, property was stolen from an unlocked vehicle. Loss: $50.

SEPT. 17: 8 p.m., 700 block of Hemenway Street, property was stolen from an unattended, open vehicle. Loss: $800.

SEPT. 18: 1:15 p.m.,700 block of Dutton Street, officers responded to an audible business alarm.  It was determined the alarm was activated accidentally.

SEPT. 19: 7:30 p.m., officers assisted Davis Police Department with an attempt to locate missing juveniles.

SEPT. 20: 2 p.m., a 15-year-old Winters juvenile was issued a notice to appear for battery causing injury.

SEPT. 22: 7 p.m., a driver of a vehicle was traveling westbound on Grant Avenue approaching Main Street. A driver of a vehicle was stopped at the stop sign on Main Street, entered the intersection when it was unsafe to do so, collided into the oncoming vehicle and fled the scene.

SEPT. 23: 1:28 a.m., Juan Carlos Reyes-Sanchez, 34, of Winters was arrested for domestic violence and false imprisonment. Reyes-Sanchez was booked at the Winters Police Department and transported to Yolo County Jail for incarceration.

~  8:40 a.m., Grant Avenue west of Second Street, an unknown vehicle struck a legally parked vehicle and fled the scene.

~  10:27 p.m., Gary John Rougeau, 46, of Woodland was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol, driving with a suspended/revoked driver’s license and driving a vehicle with expired registration. Rougeau was also arrested on an outstanding Winters Police Department bench warrant charging him with failure to appear on previous charge of driving with a suspended/revoked driver’s license.  Rougeau was booked at the Winters Police Department and transported to Yolo County Jail for incarceration.

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