Do Not Report these incidents under any circumstances. As other counsel have indicated this could lead to a family court action against you and your husband or at the very least the involvement of Children's Services. If you are taking him to court in either family court or on a divorce action divulge these matters to your attorney and let him guide you on what use to make of the allegations.
I think you are worrying without reason. You assume she will be drinking and assumptions are not the way to make judgments. I would just tell her that there is no drinking in your home, anything she does outside is not on you.
To get the trial minutes you can find out who the court reporter was and order from him or her. The evidence is most likely in your trial attorney's hands and you can ask him for the file or a copy of it.
If the cases are pending the files will either be with the Judge/courtroom that the matters are pending or in the clerk's office. Ask to see the files and find out how large they are and what process you need to follow to get a complete set of the file. In addition, you can also reach out to your attorney(s) and see if you can get what you need from them.
You violated the terms of the agreement and stole her property, other than that which she specified, she can have you arrested and charged with grand larceny and she can sue you civilly. Get yourself a good lawyer.