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The following people appeared in La Crosse County Circuit Court:


Nicholas Neumann, 39, of 2755 George St., No. 8, was charged Tuesday with stalking, knowingly violating a domestic abuse injunction and possession of methamphetamine. Neumann followed and repeatedly texted a woman in July and March before he was arrested with 0.2 grams of meth, according to the complaint.

Thomas Hamilton Jr., 46, no permanent address, was charged Tuesday with battery to a law enforcement officer, resisting an officer and disorderly conduct, all as a repeat offender. Hamilton resisted arrest and kicked an officer in the shin on Saturday, according to the complaint.

Kieng Yang, 33, of 2620 Hibbard Court was charged Tuesday with possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia. Yang had 0.2 grams of meth and a pipe on Feb. 24, according to the complaint.

Cory Sobkowiak, 36, of Holmen was charged Tuesday with operating a motor vehicle without the owner’s consent as a repeat offender. Sobkowiak stole a car late March 4 or early March 5, according to the complaint.

Eric Danielson Jr., 25, no permanent address was charged Tuesday with second-degree sexual assault, attempted second-degree sexual assault, false imprisonment, felony bail jumping and strangulation, all as a repeat offender.

Michael Wieland, 31, of 2101 Green Bay St., was charged Tuesday with second-degree recklessly endangering safety, attempting to flee a traffic officer, obstructing officers and two counts of felony bail jumping. Wieland fled from police Saturday at high speeds before officers found him hiding in a boat, according to the complaint. Passenger Ashli Phillips, 28, of 127 S. Seventh St. was charged with felony bail jumping and obstructing officers, both as a repeat offender, for lying to police about her name.

Scott Yang, 33, no permanent address was charged Tuesday with strangulation, disorderly conduct and felony intimidation of a witness, all of a repeat offender. Yang strangled a woman and threatened to kill her while holding a knife on Monday, according to the complaint.


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