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The following people appeared in La Crosse County Circuit Court:


Michael Sigle, 28, of 1409 8th St. S. was charged Thursday with three counts of delivery of narcotics, maintaining a drug trafficking place, possession of narcotics and possession of THC. According to a complaint, Sigle sold 6.9 grams of Fentanyl to a police informant on three occasions between November and February; when police raided his residence Tuesday they found 1.5 grams of Fentanyl and a small amount of marijuana.

Kayla Tucker, 31, of 1409 S. Eighth St. was charged Thursday with maintaining a drug trafficking place. According to a complaint, police arrested her boyfriend, Michael Sigle, on suspicion of selling drugs from her home. Tucker said Sigle had moved in a couple of months earlier and she “had her suspicions” about what he did but had not seen him sell drugs. Tucker said she sometimes gave him rides to houses where he would run inside and return a short time later.

Robert Stach, 45, of 624 Rose St. was charged Thursday with possession of methamphetamine and felony bail jumping. According to a complaint, police found 0.3 grams of meth when questioning Stach about a trespassing complaint Wednesday.

Dustin Olson, 30, of Mindoro was charged Thursday with possession of methamphetamine and obstructing an officer. According to a complaint, Olson provided a false name when he asked Holmen police to help him retrieve personal items he had accidentally locked in a park bathroom. Police discovered an active warrant and took him to jail, where deputies found 1.4 grams of meth in his bags.

Cassandra Francis, 18, of West Salem was charged Thursday with possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, misdemeanor battery and disorderly conduct. According to a complaint, Francis pushed and scratched a man during a domestic dispute Tuesday and police later found a glass pipe and a small amount of meth in her residence.

Benjamin Horn, 36, of La Crescent was charged Thursday with fourth-offense operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. According to a complaint, police found Horn passed out behind the wheel of his van in the eastbound lane of Cass Street shortly after 4 a.m. on Feb. 10; Horn registered 0.163 percent on a preliminary breath test.

Amy Jo Ehlo, 39, of Onalaska was charged Wednesday with forgery and three counts of fraudulent use of a credit card. According to a complaint, Ehlo took and forged checks from a woman she was hired to care for and made unauthorized purchases with her debit card.


(2) comments

El Duderino

He was in control of the vehicle.

That’s considered operating.


If dude is passed out, how could he be charged with DUI?

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