Weekly Police Report, Week of May 20

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May 20:  4:01 p.m., On the 100 block of Main Street, a fraudulent charge was placed on a credit card.
 May 28:  10:19 a.m., On the 100 block of Wolfskill Street, suspect was found inside victim’s residence. The case is being forwarded to the District Attorney for trespassing.
 May 29:  2:41 p.m., On the 800 block of West Grant Avenue, Officers responded to a suspicious circumstance of an open residential door.  The residence was cleared and door secured.
~10:46 p.m., Gary James Gardner, 44, of Esparto was arrested for possessing a controlled substance, possessing controlled substance paraphernalia and violating probation. Gardner was booked at Winters Police Department and released on a notice to appear.

May 30:  5:01 am, On County Road 90, an Officer responded to an audible business alarm. It was determined the alarm was activated accidentally.

~11:30 pm, Stephen Anthony Piszczek, 60, of Winters was arrested for public intoxication. Piszczek was transported to Yolo County Jail for incarceration.

June 2:  4:05 p.m., On the 100 block of Main Street, Officers responded to an audible alarm. The business was found secure.

June 3:  2:42 p.m., On County Road 89, Officers assisted Yolo County Sheriff’s Department with a traffic enforcement stop.
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