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TOWN OF BROCKWAY — Charges are pending against a Black River Falls man accused of striking a woman with his car on Monday evening, according to the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department.

Cody Winneshiek-Kish, 22, told authorities he went to the 47-year-old victim’s house in the town of Brockway about 6:15 p.m. to confront her after she threatened his mother on social media. He said the woman hit him with a metal pipe, then stood in front of his car while she was on the phone with police before he hit her with his car several times, according to the department.

The woman suffered a broken vertebrae, two broken ankles and a possible broken wrist.

Winneshiek-Kish was arrested for hit-and-run causing injury. Additional charges are likely.

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(4) comments

WilfredCleveland

The face of stupidity

Climatehoax

Hit her several times?? Lock him up he’s nuts

Only1Green

Smiling....great

mamasboy

When he experiences the "prison life", he won't be smiling

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