Robbery Leaves Victim Without Motorcycle Cash, Cologne
A La Crosse guy's a little lighter in the backpack today. Police say the guy was robbed early morning Saturday near the McDonald's on Losey. The victim's story: He was going to a house of people that he didn't really know. With a small backpack stuffed with over two thousand dollars and three bottles of cologne. Guy got jumped and beat pretty good. He says he was planning to use the money to buy a motorcycle. Guy never happened to mention what the three bottles of cologne were for. But he did deny that a drug deal had anything to do with the robbery.
Southside Train Death
Still some interviews to do for police in a train death on La Crosse's southside this weekend. Police say a 32 year-old woman was killed after getting hit by a train behind the Fiesta Mexicana restaurant off Mormon Coulee Road. Apparently she was sitting on the tracks at the time. Unofficially, police are saying the death looks like a suicide.
9-1-1 Line Fixed In La Crosse County
People in La Crosse County can call 9-1-1 with their cell phones again...
The county 9-1-1 system had trouble last night in receiving calls from cellular phones. The problem lasted from about 10 p.m. until it was fixed around midnight. No major emergencies were reported during that time.
Krump Running In 95th
The special election for 95th District Assemblyman picks up another candidate.
Pump House executive administrator David Krump is the third Democrat to enter the primary to succeed Jennifer Shilling in the Assembly. Krump is promoting job creation in his campaign, as well as education and the environment. Jill Billings and Christine Clair entered the 95th District race earlier this week. No date has been set for the election.
You Can't Get 9-1-1 By Cell
If you have an emergency in La Crosse County, dialing 9-1-1 may not be the fastest way to get help.
The county 9-1-1 center is having trouble receiving calls by cell phone. Citizens are asked to try a non-emergency line while the 9-1-1 lines are out.
La Crosse Police are at 608-785-5962
The Sheriff's Department is 608-785-5942
Onalaska Police are at 608-785-5940