Winters Public Safety Report, June 13

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June 1: 5 p.m., On the Creek Walk, money was stolen from a victim. The case is being forwarded to the District Attorney for complaint.

June 3: Unk., An unknown driver of a vehicle was traveling northbound on Taylor Street with one damaged right tire. The vehicle left the roadway, went onto the sidewalk on the east side of the roadway, collided into a wooden fence and left the scene.

June 4: 8:18 p.m., Miguel Jara, Jr., 54, a transient was arrested on an outstanding Winters Police Department bench warrant charging him with violation of probation on previous charge of violating a court order to prevent domestic violence. Jara was booked at Winters Police Department and transported to Yolo County Jail for incarceration.

June 5: 1 p.m., On the 200 block of Railroad Avenue, a cellular telephone was stolen. Loss – $500.
~4:25 p.m., An unknown driver of a vehicle was backing from a parking stall in the parking lot of 101 Grant Avenue, collided into a parked vehicle and left the scene.

June 6: 2:51 a.m., On the 200 block of East Grant Avenue, an officer responded to an audible alarm. The business was found secure.
~7:33 a.m., On the 200 block of Railroad Avenue, an officer responded to an audible alarm. It was determined the alarm was activated accidentally.

~6 p.m., On the 100 block of East Grant Avenue, a SIM card was stolen from a cellular telephone. Loss – $50.

June 7: 12 p.m., On the 500 block of First Street, prescription medication was stolen from inside a purse. Loss – $100.

June 8: 12 a.m.-5 a.m., On the first block of East Abbey Street, property was stolen from an unlocked vehicle. Loss – $15.
~8:37 a.m., On the 700 block of Dutton Street, an Officer responded to an audible alarm. It was determined the alarm was activated accidentally.
~6:27 p.m., On County Road 90, Officers responded to an audible alarm. The business was found secure.
~8:46 p.m., Brian Keith Poteat, 27, of Winters was arrested on the following Winters Police Department bench warrants charging him with failure to appear on previous charge of fighting in public and failure to appear on previous charges of vandalism and contempt of court. Poteat was also arrested on a Woodland Police Department bench warrant charging him with failure to appear on previous charge of robbery. Poteat was booked at Winters Police Department and transported to Yolo County Jail for incarceration.

June 9: Unk., An unknown driver of a vehicle was traveling westbound on East Baker Street and sideswiped a parked vehicle. The impact caused the parked vehicle to collide into the vehicle parked behind it. The unknown driver left the scene.
~6:25 p.m., A 16-year-old Winters juvenile was arrested for public intoxication, resisting arrest and being a minor in possession of alcohol. The juvenile was booked at Winters Police Department and transported to Yolo County Jail for incarceration.
~6:30 p.m., Joshua Ryan Saole, 19, a transient was arrested for public intoxication, trespassing, resisting arrest and violating terms of probation. Saole was transported to Yolo County Jail for incarceration.
~7:50 p.m., Matthew Friend, 29, of Winters was issued a notice to appear for trespassing.

Fire
May 31: 5:04 p.m., medical aid, 500 block of Edwards Street
~8:37 p.m., medical aid, First block of Myrtle Drive

June 1: 9:50 a.m., medical aid, 300 block of Russell Street
~1:20 p.m., smoke investigation, CR 29/CR 89
~2:11 p.m., mutual aid, 700 block of Main Street
~9:45 p.m., public assist, 500 block of Second Street
~11:13 p.m., vehicle accident, Myrtle Drive/Shams Way

June 2: 7:28 a.m., medical aid, 200 block of Red Bud Lane
~9:53 a.m., medical aid, 400 block of Dry Creek Lane
~12:14 p.m., medical aid, Highway 128
~6:48 p.m., mutual aid, Putah Creek Road

June 3: 2:12 p.m., mutual aid, 3300 block of Sackett Lane
~2:35 p.m., smoke investigation, Pleasant View Rd/Hwy 128

June 4: 8:29 p.m., vehichle accident, Hwy 128/Monticello Dam Road

June 5: 12:33 p.m., carbon monoxide alarm, 1200 block of Valley Oak Drive
~7:23 p.m., grass fire, Highway 128
~7:24 p.m., public assist, 100 block of Almond Drive

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