There may be a way to do it it Premiere, but I don't think it will be easy.
To reduce wind, AC/ Fan noise, an unwelcome telephone ring, etc. I always use the noise reduction process in Adobe Audition. It's easy to use and very effective. It allows you to capture a brief segment of the "noise", then it will filter those frequencies out to the level you select (0-100). This is a key feature, because aggressive filtering will often distort the audio you want to keep- particularly voices. You can adjust to an acceptable balance b/t noise removal and fidelity for the remaining sound.
Soundbooth may have something similar, but I've never looked at it.