Winters Public Safety Report: Nov. 3 2021

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Arrest Log
Oct. 20: Phillip James Swink (Age 59), Charges: Winters PD Felony Bench Warrant for Violation of Probation, Disposition: Transported to Yolo County Jail.

Oct. 21: Jerod Daniel Martinez (Age 43), Charges: Winters PD Misdemeanor Bench Warrant, Disposition: Released by Notice to Appear.

Oct. 22: Dillon James Williams (Age 26), Charges: Receiving Stolen Property, Disposition: Booked and Released by DA Booking Letter.

Oct. 23: Tyler Dale Perez (Age 20), Charges: San Jose PD Misdemeanor Bench Warrant, Disposition: Released on Notice to Appear.
~Stephen Anthony Piszczek (Age 63), Charges: Winters PD Misdemeanor Bench Warrant, Disposition: Released on Notice to Appear.

Case Log
Oct. 9: 3:26 p.m., First Street/Main Street, Traffic Collision.

Oct. 20: 8:24 a.m., 200th block of Edwards Street, Residential Burglary.
~4:44 p.m., 100th block of Grant Avenue, Electronic Cyber Harassment.

Oct. 21: 11:10 a.m., 100 block of E Grant Avenue, Missing Person Located.

Oct. 22: 7:52 a.m., 700th block of Matsumoto Lane, Burglary.
~10:44 a.m., 90th block of Niemann Avenue, Petty Theft.
~1:26 p.m., First Street/Abbey Street, Violation of domestic violence Restraining Order.
~3 p.m., 900th block of Ireland Street, Petty Theft.
~3:27 p.m., Grant Avenue, Traffic Collision.

Oct. 23: 4:45 a.m., 800th block of Fenley Way, Domestic Dispute.
~11:20 a.m., 100th block of First Street, Violation of Court Order.

Oct. 24: 7:30 a.m., 400th block of Third Street, Grand Theft.

Oct. 25: 4:28 a.m., 100th block of Grant Avenue, Audible Alarm.
~12:09 p.m., 10th block of Anderson Avenue, Traffic Collision.

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