Winters Public Safety Report: May 22

The report logs from the Winters Fire Department and Winters Police Department.
FILE: The front of the Winters Public Safety Building is pictured on March 26, 2019. Photo by Matthew Keys/Winters Express
FILE: The front of the Winters Public Safety Building is pictured on March 26, 2019. Photo by Matthew Keys/Winters Express

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Winters Fire Department Report May 9: 6:03 p.m., medical aid, Highway 128. ~10:56 p.m., medical aid, 10 block of E. Baker Street. May 10: 1:58 a.m., medical aid, 800 block of Jefferson Street. ~8:29 a.m., fire alarm, 400 block of Morgan Street. ~11:36 p.m., medical aid, 100 block of E. Baker Street. May 11: 2:34 p.m., medical aid, 40 block of Main Street. May 12: 1:27 p.m., vehicle accident, 800 block of W. Grant Avenue. ~2:45 p.m., medical aid, 400 block of Dry Creek Lane. ~4:10 p.m., medical aid, 700 block of Matsumoto Lane. ~6:07 p.m., medical aid, Encina Drive. ~10:45 p.m., vehicle accident, Highway 128/Pleasants Valley Road. May 13: 9:05 p.m., medical aid, 100 block of Wolfskill Street. ~9:56 p.m., fire alarm, 400 block of Morgan Street. ~10:57 p.m., smoke investigation, 400 block of Morgan Street. May 14: 7:33 a.m., medical aid, 100 block of Russell Street. ~10:52 a.m., medical aid, Russell Boulevard. ~1:12 p.m., medical aid, Russell Street/Westwood Court. ~2:55 p.m., fire alarm, 400 block of Morgan Street. May 15: 12:17 p.m., fire alarm, 400 block of Morgan Street. ~4:11 p.m., medical aid, 300 block of White Oak Lane. ~8:39 p.m., medical aid, 100 block of Owings Drive. ~9:35 p.m., medical aid, 300 block of Hillview Lane. Winters Police Department Report May 4: 3:40 p.m., 1000 block of Hemenway Street, civil assist. May 8: 9:15 p.m., Christina Marie Rogers, 36, of Santa Rosa was arrested on a Marin County Sheriff warrant charging her with theft of a vehicle. Rogers was booked and transported to Yolo County Jail for incarceration. ~9:15 p.m., Jose Guadalupe Cerda, 40, of Antioch was arrested on a Pittsburgh Police Department bench warrant charging him with failure to appear on previous charges of being under the influence of a controlled substance, two counts of possessing a controlled substance and possessing controlled substance paraphernalia. Cerda was also arrested on a Contra Costa County Sheriff bench warrant charging him with failure to appear on a previous charge possessing a controlled substance. Cerda was booked at Winters Police Department and transported to Yolo County Jail for incarceration. May 9: 7-9 p.m., 200 block of Railroad Avenue, theft. ~7:49 p.m., Andrew Justin Richardson, 27, of Fairfield was arrested on a Solano County Sheriff bench warrant charging him with four counts of violating his post-release community supervision. Richardson was booked and transported to Yolo County Jail. ~9:42 p.m., 100 block of East Grant Avenue, commercial audible alarm. ~10:15 p.m., Miguel Jara, 55, a transient was arrested on a Winters Police Department bench warrant charging him with failure to appear on previous charges of violating a court order to prevent domestic violence and violation of probation. Jara was booked and transported to Yolo County Jail for incarceration. May 10: 1:38 p.m., 400 block of Anderson Avenue, threats. ~5:29 p.m., 700 block of Main Street, found property. ~7:12 p.m., Michael Owen Rothacker, 55, a transient was arrested on a Winters Police Department bench warrant charging him with failure to appear on a previous charge of possessing controlled substance paraphernalia. Rothacker was booked and transported to Yolo County Jail for incarceration. May 10-13: Unk, 100 block of E. Baker Street, vandalism. May 11: 11:55 a.m., 100 block of E. Grant Ave, unaccompanied child returned to parent. ~2:14 p.m., A 16-year-old Winters juvenile was arrested for public intoxication and possessing a controlled substance. Juvenile was transported to Yolo County Juvenile Hall for incarceration. ~9:20 p.m., Ricardo Alberto Vasquez, 27, of Fairfield was arrested for domestic violence. Vasquez was booked and transported to Yolo County Jail for incarceration. May 12: 6:34 p.m., Steven Thomas Long, 71, of Woodland was arrested on a Winters Police Department bench warrant charging him with failure to appear on previous charges of driving with a suspended/revoked driver’s license and failing to provide proof of insurance. May 13: 2:34 p.m., A 16-year-old Winters juvenile was arrested for theft and violation of curfew. Juvenile was booked and released on a notice to appear. May 14: 1:24 p.m., Esperanza Hope Rodriguez, 66, of Winters was issued a notice to appear in court for possessing controlled substance paraphernalia. Rodriguez was also arrested on three Winters Police Department bench warrants charging her with failure to appear on previous charge of possessing controlled substance paraphernalia; failure to appear on previous charge of theft; and failure to appear on previous charges of possessing a controlled substance, bringing a controlled substance into a jail, and possessing controlled substance paraphernalia. Rodriguez was booked and transported to Yolo County Jail for incarceration. ~6:36 p.m., first block of Edwards Street, battery. May 15: 8:01 a.m., first block of Edwards Street, truancy.]]>

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