Commission Weighs Fate of Officer

The discipline case for a La Crosse police officer remains unsettled.  But the city's Police and Fire Commission begins the process of dealing with Corrie Korn today.  Korn and former officer Faling Yang were charged by the feds with illegal hunting while operating their guide service on the Mississippi.  Yang resigned from the force, has been fined five thousand dollars, and has lost his hunting priveleges for two years.  Korn has yet to be sentenced and remains on the force although he is suspended.  An internal police investigation has concluded in the case and the city commission will determine the discipline which could include termination.  The board considers appointing a hearing examiner in the case today.

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