Winters Public Safety Report: Sept. 23, 2020

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

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Winters Fire Department Report Log
Sept. 11:
1:10 p.m., fire alarm, 500 block of Niemann Street.
~5:29 p.m., odor investigation, 400 block of Morgan Street.

Sept. 13: 4:14 a.m., medical aid, 200 block of Railroad Avenue.
~4:26 p.m., investigation, 400 block of Anderson Avenue.

Sept. 15: 4:53 a.m., medical aid, 300 block of Peach Place.
~10:49 a.m., fire alarm, 700 block of Dutton Street.
~3:06 p.m., smoke investigation, NB I-505/Putah Creek Road.

Sept. 16: 12:58 p.m., medical aid, Castle View Lane.
~2:37 p.m., outdoor misc. fire, Positas Road.
~4:43 p.m., medical aid, 400 block of Anderson Avenue.
~5:50 p.m., medical aid, 400 block of Anderson Avenue.

Winters Police Department Report Log
Arrest Log
Sept. 9: Alfonso Medina Rizo (Age 23), Charges: Drive with a Suspended License; Fail to Stop at a Stop Sign, Disposition: Released on a Notice to Appear.

Case Log
Sept. 3: 8:40 p.m., 100 block of East Grant Avenue, Theft.

Sept. 8: 10 p.m., 600 bloc of Foxglove Circle, Burglary.

Sept. 9: 9:35 p.m., 100 block of East Baker Street, Audible Alarm.

Sept. 9-10: 6 p.m.-6 a.m.,700 block of Lupine Way, Theft.

Sept. 12: 8:14 a.m., 100 block of East Baker Street, Audible Alarm.
~11:48 a.m., First block of West Grant Avenue, Verbal Domestic Dispute.
~6:32 p.m., 100 block of East Baker Street, Audible Alarm.

Sept. 14: 7:55 p.m., 100 block of East Baker Street, Audible Alarm.

Sept. 15: 9:50 p.m., 300 block of Railroad Avenue, Audible Alarm.

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