Winters Public Safety Report: June 17, 2020

Report logs from the Winters Fire and Winters Police Departments.
The Winters Fire Department and Police Department building.

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Winters Fire Department Report Log June 5: 7 a.m., mutual aid, County Road 34. ~1:35 p.m., mutual aid, Putah Creek Road/Wintu Way. ~5:22 p.m., smoke investigation, Via Robles/El Camino. ~7:15 p.m., carbon monoxide alarm, 10 block of Abbey Street. June 6: 11:31 a.m., medical aid, 600 block of First Street. ~3:31 p.m., smoke investigation, W. Grant Avenue/Taylor Street. ~3:36 p.m., mutual aid, Quail Canyon Road. ~5:11 p.m., mutual aid, 700 block of Main Street. June 7: 6:39 p.m., medical aid, 40 block of Myrtle Drive. June 9: 1:11 a.m., medical aid, 700 block of Main Street. ~9:19 a.m., smoke investigation, County Road 34/El Camino. ~9:19 a.m., smoke investigation, Encina Drive. ~11:34 a.m., vehicle accident, Baker Street/Railroad Avenue. ~1:28 p.m., medical aid, 800 block of Dutton Street. ~10:36 p.m., grass fire, Highway 128. ~10:38 p.m., mutual aid, Pleasants Valley Road. ~11:09 p.m., mutual aid, Pleasants Valley Road. June 10: 7:04 p.m., grass fire, Highway 128. ~7:18 p.m., mutual aid, Pleasants Valley Road. June 11: 9:08 a.m., medical aid, 800 block of Suffolk Place. ~5:56 p.m., smoke investigation, Venada Drive.

Winters Police Department Report Log Case Log June 1: 4:14 p.m., 400 block of Anderson Avenue, Audible Alarm.

June 5: 5:24 a.m., First block of Main Street, Audible Alarm. ~5:58 a.m., Unknown location, Identity Theft. ~8:24 a.m., 100 block of East Baker Street, Audible Alarm. June 6: 4:43 p.m., Putah Creek Road/Pleasants Valley Road, Assisted Solano Sheriff with fire warnings and evacuations. June 8: 7:38 p.m., 100 block of Main Street, Audible Alarm. June 9: 6:53 p.m., 1000 block of Roosevelt Ave, Missing Person/Returned.]]>

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