Man violates protection order by showing up at his wife’s work; tells police he “ran out of gas”

33-year-old Daniel Winn was charged with aggravated stalking and violating an order of protection when he showed up at his wife’s work. He told police he was only there because he ran out of gas, but refused to show police his gas gauge.

On August 14th, Officer Grace Brisson responded to a call for service at Publix located at 1490 Tiny Town Road. A witness identified only as Mark made the call on behalf of Rachel Winn, the wife of Daniel Winn. Daniel was spotted in the parking lot of her workplace unannounced. There is an active order of protection in place stating he is not to be around her for any reason. Rachel stated she was afraid to contact the police because of the current situation with her husband, so her neighbor called for her. When police arrived and contact was made with Daniel, he was in the passenger seat of a white Dodge Ram.

Daniel Winn (MCSO)
Daniel Winn (MCSO)

Daniel told Officer Brisson he ran out of gas and was waiting for a check to be dropped into his bank account. Daniel also stated he was not aware he was not allowed to be at Publix. Officer Brisson followed up by asking to see his gas gauge, but Daniel deferred saying he had enough gas to go to the closest station if they would allow it. Daniel was previously caught lurking at the residence Rachel was staying at the time after being criminally trespassed from that location. Due to the active order of protection against him stating he was not allowed near Rachel, he was taken into custody.

Daniel Winn was arrested and charged with aggravated stalking and violating an order of protection. His total bond was set at $6,500.

Bella Shedio

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