Vinehout Says She Will Run For Governor
There are now two democrats running for Governor and their both named Kathleen. This one is the Senator from Alma. In an announcement today, Kathleen Vinehout says Wisconsin needed a fresh name and a fresh set values.
Vienhout was first elected in 2006 and won re-election in 2010. She and Kathleen Falk are the only two candidates from either side to run in a recall election against Governor Scott Walker.
Jackson County Man Missing
Jackson County authorities are looking for 20 year old Gene Cloud Jr. and are asking for the public's help. He was last seen January 25th when the vehicle he was operating slid in the ditch in Millston Township, Jackson County. Cloud fled from the scene on foot and was chased by law enforcement before getting away. On January 27th, he was reported as a missing person by family members. It is possible that Cloud was picked up by somebody and given a ride, but the family says he should have made contact with someone at this point.
Fight Over Man Leads to Bitten Arm and Subsequent Charges
A woman in La Crosse had to go to the hospital for bite wounds this week-end. Apparently a victim of a very jealous Melanie Fife. They say the 44 year-old Fife drunkenly confronted the bite victim at Fife's boyfriend's place. The two women fought. Fife broke a window, pulled the other woman's arm through the window and bit it. Fife herself suffered cuts from the broken glass. They say she blew a .17 when they brought her to jail.
Man Sleeping at Wheel Drunk Collects Fourth OWI
Among the many drunk driving arrests in La Crosse this week-end, there was the one guy who picked up his fourth OWI. Cops found Andrew Reget passed out in his car on the northside at about three in the morning. The car was running, turn signal on, headlights on high beam. The 35 year-old from Onalaska told cops he was just taking a nap on the way to his friend's house. Blew a .184 on the breathalyzer. Got to P on the alphabet test before he stopped and told the officer he just wasn't very good at English.
Cops Say Potential Suspect Leaves Wallet at Home Entry
Police figure they've got a pretty good lead on a home break-in this week-end in La Crosse. Cops say someone climbed through a window at a house next to Weigent Park on the near southside sometime over the week-end. They do have some footprints in the snow under the window. They've swabbed a bit for DNA inside. But, probably more compelling is a wallet they found under the window with a driver's license inside. They've listed the owner of the wallet as the most likely suspect for the break-in.