Winona Police said a 28-year-old Winona man was placed in a treatment center in Rochester after he allegedly fired multiple gun shots Thursday night outside his residence.
Police Chief Paul Bostrack said officers were called to 276 Center Street just before 8:00 p.m. on a report of shots fired.
Arrested was Aaron Gregory Rudolphi who was charged with felony counts of reckless discharge of a firearm and first degree damage to property, along disorderly conduct and possession of a loaded uncaused firearm in a vehicle.
There were no injuries.
Bostrack said the Marine soldier told authorities he was firing at imaginary people.
Five spent shells form an A-R-15 rifle were found under the porch at the residence. Bostrack said one shell was found in a tarp in the area of St. John's Church after it went through a fence. The other shells were not located.
Bostrack said the rifle, which was recovered in the trunk of a vehicle, contained four live shells.
Bostrack said Rudophi was taken to the Law Enforcement Center and later transferred to the treatment center in Rochester.