Tuesday, March 19
• At 6:47 a.m. a Winona woman reported damage to her door and its frame on the 550 block of Sioux Street. Nothing appeared to be taken from the residence.
• At 3:20 p.m. police cited a 14-year-old girl with possession of a small amount of marijuana after receiving a report from Winona Senior High School.
Wednesday, March 20
• At 2:13 a.m. police arrested Jessie Alan Gullikson, 32, of Jamesville, Wis., and referred him to the county attorney for potential charges of carrying a pistol without a permit and carrying a pistol while intoxicated after police received a call about Gullikson carrying a gun in a bar located on the 100 block of West Second Street. Gullikson had a valid Wisconsin permit to carry, but not a Minnesota permit. Gullikson had a reported blood-alcohol content measured at .20 percent.
Thursday, March 21
• At 9:10 a.m. police arrested Caleb Thomas Erlandson, 19, of Winona, and referred him to the county attorney for potential charges of fifth-degree possession of liquid THC and possession of drug paraphernalia after police stopped Erlandson for allegedly speeding and ignoring a stop sign on Gilmore Avenue and Cummings Street. Police reportedly noticed a bong in the back seat and detected the smell of marijuana in the vehicle. The officer ordered Erlandson out of the vehicle and performed a pat down and reported locating a vape pen with liquid marijuana on his person.
Winona County Sheriff
Friday, March 22
• At 12:24 a.m. deputies arrested Kathryn Jane White, 58, of Sheridan, Wyo., and referred her to the county attorney for a potential charge of second-degree driving while intoxicated after deputies assisted the State Patrol in locating White, who was reportedly driving the wrong direction on I-90 near Highway 43.White claimed to be lost on her trip to Rochester, Minn. White had a reported blood-alcohol content measured at .17 percent.
Winona Fire Department
Thursday, March 21
• At 12:55 p.m. firefighters responded to a fire at Badger Foundry on the 1000 block of East Mark Street. A hole reportedly developed in a 40-ton holding furnace, and 70 percent of the molten iron leaked into a pit designed to hold the metal in an emergency. No one was injured in the fire, and there was no fire damage to the building.