Weekly Public Safety Report – May 1

Graphic: Winters Express
Graphic: Winters Express

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th St. ~11:11 a.m., medical alarm, Venada Dr. ~11:09 p.m., vehicle accident, CR 29A/CR 90A Police Report April 8: 2 p.m., 400 block of Anderson Avenue, physical fight. April 15: 7:34 p.m., 100 block of First Street, verbal domestic dispute. April 16: 9:19 a.m., 300 block of Rosa Avenue, found bicycle. April 17: 9:16 a.m., David Allen Ramos, 54, of Winters was arrested on charges of domestic violence, assault with a deadly weapon, making threats with intent to terrorize, and resisting arrest. Ramos was booked and transported to Yolo County Jail for incarceration. ~11:45 a.m., 100 block of Main Street, theft. ~7:08 p.m., County Road 90, commercial audible alarm. ~9:27 p.m., Benjamin Astorga-Garcia, 32, of Winters was issued a notice to appear in court for being an unlicensed driver. April 19: 1:18 p.m., Matthew Alexandere Flores, 23, of Vacaville was picked up from Solano County Jail, transported to Yolo County Jail and booked on charges of assault with a deadly weapon, battery with serious bodily injury, retaliation against a witness and attempted murder. ~4:57 p.m., County Road 31/County Road 93A, assisted CHP with a traffic collision. April 21: 2:40 a.m., County Road 90, commercial audible alarm. ~6:12 a.m., County Road 90, commercial audible alarm. April 22: 7:14 am, 100 block of E. Grant Avenue, assisted CHP with a hit & run traffic collision that occurred on SR 128. ~7:02 p.m., County Road 90, commercial audible alarm. April 23: 8:59 a.m., Fredericks Drive, Officer assisted Yolo County Sheriff Deputy with a verbal dispute. ~10:43 a.m., 100 block of Westwood Court, residential audible alarm. ~11:52 a.m., At Taylor Street/Adams Lane, Officer assisted Solano County Sheriff Deputy with canvassing the area for video footage. ~1:55 p.m., Citizen reported identity theft.]]>

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