Winters Public Safety Report Logs: Nov 20, 2019

The report logs from Winters Fire and Winters Police departments.
The Winters Fire Department and Police Department building.

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Winters Fire Department Report Log Nov. 7: 8:42 a.m., medical aid, CR 34. Nov. 8: 3:01 p.m., vehicle accident, First Street/Main Street. ~10:18 p.m., vehicle accident, Walnut Lane/E. Grant Avenue. Nov. 9: 7:15 a.m., medical aid, Railroad Avenue/Wolfskill Street. Nov. 10: 12:34 p.m., medical aid, 900 block of Apricot Avenue. Nov. 11: 4:10 a.m., lift assist, 400 block of Plum Place. ~7:12 a.m., medical aid, 400 block of Plum Place. Nov. 13: 1:21 p.m., medical aid, 200 block of Railroad Avenue. ~9:02 p.m., grass fire, Winters Road/Putah Creek Road. Winters Police Department Report Log Arrest Log Nov. 7: Robert Paul Neal (Age 56), Charges: Possess a Controlled Substance; Two Winters Police bench warrants; One Yolo Sheriff bench warrant, Disposition: Transported to Yolo County Jail. Nov. 8: Stephen Anthony Piszczek III (Age 61), Charges: Four Winters Police bench warrants, Disposition: Transported to Yolo County Jail. Nov. 11: Michael Steven Ransdell (Age 55), Charges: Drive under the influence of alcohol with a blood alcohol content of .08 percent or above; Unsafe turning movement, Disposition: Transported to Yolo County Jail. Nov. 12: Jamal Calvin (Age 30), Charges: Domestic Violence; Battery with serious bodily injury; Damage wireless communication device; Two counts of willful cruelty to a child, Disposition: Transported to Yolo County Jail. Case Log Nov. 3: 6:45 a.m., 800 block of W. Grant Avenue, Attempted Fraudulent Use of Credit Card. Nov. 6: 8:25 p.m., 400 block of Railroad Avenue, Commercial Audible Alarm.]]>

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