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Police blotter for Sept. 22, 2006

September 21, 2006

Sept. 2
* At 11:25 p.m., Brandon L. Klimek, 23, was fined $83 for possession of an open container at the intersection of S. Main and Park Streets.
Sept. 3
* Minnesota State Sen. Charles Wiger called the River Falls Police Department to apologize for the actions of his daughter, UW-RF student Carolyn R. Wiger, following her arrest.
According to police reports, the 19-year-old student was thrown out of The Library bar, 106 N. Main St., three times for attempting to use a questionable ID. After being approached by a police officer around 1 a.m., Carolyn ran through Veterans Park and into the Econofoods parking lot to escape law enforcement officials.
Officers confronted her in the lot, where she yelled and screamed before striking an officer in the buttocks. Reports say Carolyn also made statements about how much she is worth due to her father’s position as a politician.
The woman was eventually transported to the police station, where she continued to be belligerent, saying she was going to prostitute herself to pay off her citations. She was charged $172 for ID violation, $235 for resisting an officer, $172 for disorderly conduct and $172 for underage consumption.
Carolyn’s blood alcohol content was tested at .14.

Sept. 4
* River Falls Police were called to 1468 Emory Circle twice for noise violations. At 11:15 p.m., officers cited tenant Travis M. Cordie, 21, with a $109 ticket. Cordie said he understood the citation, and had tried to quiet down the party.
* Molly A. Keifenheim was fined $249 for underage consumption in Prucha Hall.

Sept. 5
* River Falls Police were dispatched to a house party at 1009 E. Cascade at 12:20 a.m. following a noise complaint.
Tenant Matthew C. Langman, 21, was fined $298 for knowingly permitting underage consumption at his residence. Another tenant, Richard G. Solum, now 21, was cited for first offense underage consumption with a fine of $172.
Police sparked a Taser at partygoer Sonny T. Heinrich, 20, while he actively resisted an officer. According to the police report, Heinrich heard the Taser and said, “I quit, I quit, I quit. I’m sorry, I’m sorry.” He was later fined $298 for second offense underage consumption, and $235 for resisting an officer.
* Jonathan T. Novak, 18, was fined $249 for underage consumption in Hathorn Hall.
Sept. 6
* Emily K. Ambrose, 19, was fined $249 for underage possession in Johnson Hall.
Sept. 7
* River Falls Ambulance was called to Grimm Hall shortly after midnight after an RA reported finding resident James F. Allen, 19, unconscious.
According to the Public Safety report, Allen was found laying on the floor and the RA was unable to wake him up. He was checked by the RFPD and River Falls EMS, who determined him to be fine. Allen was not transported to the hospital.
* Jacob T. Krenn, 20, was fined $249 for underage consumption in Stratton Hall.
* Brianne L. Frawley, 18, was fined $249 for underage consumption in McMillan Hall.
* Mishka Kalan, 18, was fined $249 for underage consumption in McMillan Hall.
* Janna Grassel, 18, was fined $249 for underage consumption in Parker Hall.

Sept. 8
* Adam M. Delander, 21, was fined $109 for public urination at 2 a.m. at 302 S. Main St.
A car window was allegedly smashed by Jess M. Perry, 21, following an argument. Perry was cited for damage to property at 340 W. Johnson at 3:20 a.m. The fine is $235.
* Chou Vang, 18, was fined $249 for underage consumption in Johnson Hall.

Sept. 9
* Timothy A. Lundin, 22, was fined $172 for disorderly conduct after allegedly ripping posters off the wall of The Library bar, 106 N. Main St. Bar owner Edward “Teddy” Roughton, 34, told police Lundin became confrontational after he was approached about the incident around 2:15 a.m.
* Kyle M. Wynn, 18, was fined $249 for underage consumption in Johnson Hall.

Sept. 10
* Ryan Lyckhom, 19, was fined $249 for underage consumption in Johnson Hall.
* Kevin M. Blank, 20, was fined $249 for underage consumption in Parker Hall.
* Kassidi M. Kowalczyk, 18, was fined $249 for underage consumption in Parker Hall.
* Lisa M. Palm, 19, was fined $249 for underage consumption in Johnson Hall.

Sept. 11
* Erin B. Luedtke, 20, allegedly attempted to purchase a liter of Phillips Rum from Dick’s Plus, 1141 S. Main St., with a false ID. At 8 p.m., the store clerk asked Luedtke for her ID, which did not match her height, weight or eye color. She was ultimately fined $172 for ID violation.
* Elliot J. Kerr, 18, was fined $249 for underage consumption in Crabtree Hall.
* Eric D. Ohmann, 18, was fined $249 for underage consumption in Crabtree Hall.

Sept. 12
* River Falls Ambulance transported Candis M. O’brien, 18, to the River Falls Area Hospital Emergency Room at 3:20 p.m.
O’brien was watching a video regarding lab safety in Centennial Science Hall 262 when she passed out and struck her head on a counter. She suffered a laceration over her right eye.

Sept. 14
* Andrew J. Bursey, 20, was fined $172 for underage consumption at 11 p.m. The incident took place at 525 S. Main, where Bursey’s blood alcohol content tested at .05.
* Underage consumption tickets were given to Jennifer L. Pizur, 18, and Nathan M. Garrett, 20, at the 100 block of W. Cascade shortly before midnight. Pizur was fined $172, and while Garrett’s was $298 as a second offense.
Sept. 15
* A heavily intoxicated 22-year-old student, Michael T. Hovestol, was found in someone else’s vehicle at 124 S. Main St. at 12:20 a.m. According to police reports, the owner of the car returned and held Hovestol down on the ground as he cried and moaned, saying he couldn’t move.  The vehicle owner told police he thought Hovestol was trying to steal from him, although nothing was reported missing.
Hovestol was fined $172 for disorderly conduct. His blood alcohol content was .24.
* Jason D. Hinrichs, 18, was fined $249 for underage consumption in Prucha Hall.

Sept. 16
* Nicholas A. Resha, 18, was fined $83 for having an open container in public around 12:25 a.m. at 625 S. Main St.
* Nathan E. Ober, 18, was fined $249 for underage consumption in McMillan Hall.
* Kelsey K. Ling, 18, was fined $249 for underage consumption in McMillan Hall.
* Jenna K. Haberman, 18, was fined $249 for underage consumption in McMillan Hall.

Sept. 17
* A Birch Crest Drive resident called police at 10:45 p.m. after 19-year-old Anika J. Dartsch told him that she was intoxicated and possibly drugged, according to police reports. She had been wandering the streets without a shirt on, accompanied by two men, the resident said.
Police found Dartsch at 545 Birch Crest Drive, where a witness said she drank three quarters of a liter of Bacardi. She was ticketed $172 for first offense underage consumption.

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