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No garbage lids, no problem. The La Crosse city council has backed
Bail is set at $10 million for a Minnesota man charged with killing a father and son at their La Crosse photography store. Thirty-nine-year-old Jeffrey Lepsch, of Dakota, Minnesota appeared today in Winona County court in Minnesota. Lepsch could have waived extradition to Wisconsin, but asked to appear with an attorney.
The threat of thunderstorms have cancelled the annual chili cook-off at State Bank Financial in La Crosse Saturday.
More leads to develop in the May's photo murders. La Crosse police say the investigation into the shootings continues despite the arrest this week of 39 year-old Jeffry Lepsch at his home in Dakota, Minnesota yesterday. Police chief Ron Tischer says no additional suspects are being sought in the murders at this time but investigators are still piecing together some information regarding the crime. Not the least of which is where the murder weapon might be. They say Lepsch stole camera equipment worth thousands of dollars during the deadly robbery, presumably to sell through his online camera business. Lepsch had previously been convicted of stealing sixty thousand dollars worth of equipment from the Ace Hardware distribution center and selling it online. Much of the camera equipment stolen from May's was recovered at the Lepsch home.