This week's local crime and court updates from La Crosse Tribune.
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The Trempealeau County Sheriff's Office is investigating a Sunday three-vehicle crash after one of the driver's was accused of drunken driving.
The child’s parent called police at about 8 p.m. after the child said he had “snorted meth” and didn’t feel well, according to the criminal complaint.
Inmates who would have been transferred to the state's prisons will now stay in county jails. Dane County Sheriff Dave Mahoney called the order "very frustrating."
Nobody was injured in the crash near the La Crosse and Monroe county lines.
Gregory Wells surrendered and was arrested at about 6:45 p.m. Wednesday.
An employee at Waupun Correctional Institution tested positive for COVID-19, the first reported case of the novel coronavirus in Wisconsin's prison system.
The house was filthy, with jugs of urine all over, and police found $490 in cash and 11 grams of fentanyl in the residence, authorities say.
La Crosse County law enforcement agencies were adjusting to the coronavirus pandemic Wednesday by taking measures to reduce the number of peop…
It was like a scene out of a horror movie, said prosecutor Susan Donskey.
A Tomah man was arrested for operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated first offense, Tuesday, March 17, after a single-vehicle accident on …
A La Crosse County couple was in court Tuesday after they were accused of dealing purple fentanyl cut with sugar, as well as other drugs, out …
The court issued an emergency temporary measures order to last through May 1 designed to alter regular court business to do the best it can to keep everyone safe and healthy throughout the global pandemic.
In light of health concerns regarding COVID-19, the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office will be temporarily altering our response to non-active, n…