A La Crosse woman hoping to unseat U.S. Rep. Ron Kind was charged Tuesday in La Crosse County as a fugitive.
Juliet Germanotta, 36, agreed to waive extradition to New York, where she faces a grand larceny charge. The New York City Police Department sought her arrest on Monday and obtained a warrant from a New York judge.
Germanotta bought a $4,800 ring from a New York jewelry store on Sept. 19 and then returned a fraudulent ring, according to New York City police.
Germanotta announced her candidacy as a Democrat in November and vowed to focus on advocating rights for LGBTQ people and health care for people with pre-existing conditions.
She said her felony conviction in California would be expunged.
From Tribune files: Top crime stories of 2018
A La Crosse man acquitted in a 2013 fatal stabbing has pleaded guilty to federal drug charges that could land him in prison for five to 40 years.
Prosecutors Thursday filed drug charges against a La Crosse mother found with methamphetamine after her daughter’s death early Monday on the c…
A town of Onalaska woman charged with 29 crimes after authorities discovered children and emaciated animals living in squalor on her property …
VIROQUA — A Readstown man will serve 30 years in prison for stabbing a woman in the neck multiple times in 2016, according to court records.
Prosecutors Friday charged a Milwaukee man with breaking into a Sparta woman’s mobile home early Monday and sexually assaulting her.
Prosecutors Wednesday charged an Onalaska woman with sending nude photographs of other people to a 13-year-old boy.
A La Crosse woman faces 25 years in prison for dealing the drugs that killed a man on the city’s North Side.
Prosecutors filed felony charges Thursday against five people after police found $57,000 worth of drugs in a house across the street from Nort…
A Cashton man admitted fatally shooting another man with a stolen firearm early Friday in eastern Monroe County, according to police reports.
A Sparta man charged with running a large-scale marijuana trafficking operation over a three-year span pleaded not guilty Tuesday to a felony …