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Convicted sex offender released in La Crosse
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Convicted sex offender released in La Crosse

Cory F. Woodmansee

Cory F. Woodmansee

The La Crosse Police Department has announced the release of a sex offender into the city.

Cory Foster Woodmansee, 39, was released Feb. 22. The Wisconsin Department of Corrections Sex Offender registry lists his address as 2714 28th St. South.

According to online court documents, Woodmansee has been implicated in multiple sex offenses. He has convictions for third-degree sexual assault and child enticement/sexual contact and fourth-degree sexual assault. He also has pending cases of causing a child to view sexual activity, exposing a child to harmful materials and child abuse/intentionally causing bodily harm.

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Woodmansee’s record also includes a conviction for being a felon in possession of a firearm.

All the offenses and open cases occurred in Rusk County between 1999 and 2020. He has a preliminary hearing on the open cases set for March 2 in Rusk County Circuit Court.

The police department announcement says Woodmansee has served his sentences imposed by the courts and isn’t wanted by police.

Ride Shotgun with Lake County sheriff’s Sgt. Bryan Kersey as he checks to ensure convicted Northwest Indiana sex offenders are complying with state sex-offender registry laws. This special episode of “Riding Shotgun with NWI Cops” was filmed recently in conjunction with a Midwest reporting project titled, “Out of the Shadows: Spotlight on Sex Crimes.” The special report will span multiple newspapers throughout Lee Enterprises’ Midwest news agencies and will be taking a deep look at sex crimes, the offenders, their victims and the effectiveness of state laws and justice systems in dealing with the issue. “Riding Shotgun with NWI Cops” is an ongoing video series produced by The Times of Northwest Indiana. Video filmed by Kale Wilk and produced by Scotia White.


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Steve Rundio is editor of the Tomah Journal. Contact him at 608-374-7785.

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