Tomah Shooting Leaves One Injured
Tomah Police say a shooting that took place this weekend was not random. Police responded to a report of a shooting that happened on the city walking trail south of Parkview Drive a little after 10pm Saturday night.
Officers found 21 year old Holten Mayberry, who said he had walked to the entrance of the trail near Parkview Drive. Mayberry told police that he was walking on the trail near the railroad bridge when two unknown males confronted him and one of the suspects shot him in the shoulder. Mayberry was transported to Tomah Memorial Hospital where he was treated and later transferred to a La Crosse Hospital with non life threatening injuries.
Anyone with information regarding this incident should contact Tomah Police. Police do not have anyone in custody and say it was an isolated incident.
Oktoberfest Will Consider Officially Cancelling Parades After City Denial
This year's fees for Oktoberfest won't be the end. The organization got nowhere in negotiations with La Crosse city hall yesterday in efforts to reduce parade fees from the 18 thousand dollars the city wants for this year. And next year, it would be much more, says fest executive director, Tina Severson
The Oktoberfest board meets on Monday to decide what to do next. A real possibility: Cancelling the fest's three parades.
Drug Suspect Might Get Refund Of His Refund
A drug suspect in the La Crosse County jail would like his money back...
More than two thousand dollars in cash was taken from Jamario McKnight when he was arrested last month. Investigators believe it may be drug money, but McKnight claims it came from a tax refund. Prosecutor Brian Barton and reserve Judge John Perlich discussed whether federal agents have taken control of McKnight's money, with the judge asking "When was the last time the feds didn't grab whatever they could get their hands on?" Perlich says if the cash is needed as evidence, perhaps photocopies could be made for the trial, and the actual money could go back to McKnight.
Two Lax Cops Admit To Breaking Duck Hunting Laws
Two La Crosse police officers are pleading guilty to federal charges of violating hunting laws...
Officers Corrie Korn and Faling Yang will be sentenced in May, and both could face prison time. The U-S Attorney's office says the two cops illegally killed and transported ducks while operating their own hunting guide service three years ago. The charges resulted from testimony by undercover agents who went hunting with the officers. As part of their pleas, Korn and Yang have agreed not to act as hunting guides...or to hunt anywhere in the U-S...for the next two years.
Governor Signs Bill Atop Grandad Bluff
A new state bill will lead to Bliss Road being designated a Scenic Byway, which will make the troubled route on Grandad Bluff eligible for state and perhaps federal funding for future upkeep. Governor Scott walker signed that bill atop Grandad Bluff today.