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La Crosse County Circuit Court felonies
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La Crosse County Circuit Court felonies

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The following people have been charged with felonies in La Crosse County Circuit Court:

Marcelle Davis Jr., 21, La Crosse, has been charged with false imprisonment. According to the criminal complaint, Davis dragged a woman into a bathroom inside a La Crosse residence May 20 and didn't let her leave until the impending arrival of police. He is free after posting a $10,000 cash bond.

Darius D. Driver, 42, La Crosse, has been charged with operating a motor vehicle without the owner's consent. According to the criminal complaint, Driver entered a Toyota Yaris parked on Kane Street in La Crosse June 5 and drove the vehicle away. The vehicle was recovered four days later. Driver was released on a $2,500 signature bond.

Felony criminal complaints have been filed against the following people:

Troy N. Wing, 53, La Crosse, is accused of fleeing an officer. According to the complaint, Wing refused to pull over May 19 for an attempted traffic stop on Interstate 90 and continued westbound into Minnesota before police terminated the pursuit. A warrant was issued for Wing June 8, and he was taken into custody the following day.

Rachel A. Behrends, 31, Eitzen, Minnesota, and Matthew Copus, 38, La Crosse, are accused of possession of methamphetamine and possession of narcotic drugs. According to the complaint, police were called to a welfare check in the town of Campbell and found Copus and Behrends with heroin and methamphetamine. Behrends has an initial court appearance set for June 30. Copus has an initial court appearance set for July 8.

Gina Rose, 60, Stoddard, is accused of attempting to elude an officer. According to the complaint, Rose drove away from an April 25 traffic stop in West Salem before calling a half hour later to turn herself in. She has an initial court appearance set for June 25.

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