Information about and from LaCrosse Talk
This is a page of search results. Click on the "Current Budget Document" result to bring up the PDF.
WI's Do Not Call List or call (866) 966-2255
MN's Do Not Call List or call (800) 921-4110
Federal Do Not Call List or call (888) 382-1222
Now, an investigation confirms that Morgan Nederhiser shot wife Debrah three times in the head before killing himself. The Winona County Attorney also rules that Mr. Nederhiser killed the couple's greyhound dogs before he shot himself. A suicide note was e-mailed to another person that day. The official report from Winona County does not determine a motive, but reports at the time of the shooting suggested that Morgan Nederhiser was having problems with his business.
Trafficking cocaine, and keeping loaded guns where kids could reach them...
Those are just two of the charges against 28-year-old Nichole Scholl...making her first appearance in a La Crosse courtroom after a drug search at her home two weeks ago. Scholl's attorney, Luis Delgado, says his client turned herself in this week, because prosecutors were taking too long to file charges.
Scholl was released from jail. Her next court date is on May 5th. Orlandus and Raymond Lewis, two brothers suspected in the same case, are still being sought by police.
Could be big trouble for a guy who went after a kid on his bike. La Crosse police say a 15 year-old is nursing some pretty wicked back injuries after getting beat up by an irate 46 year-old David Sprain a few weeks back. Cops say Sprain was ticked at kids who had been egging his house. Apparently just blew his top and went after some random kids on bikes in his neighborhood. Cops say Sprain chased the kids with his truck and when one of them took a spill, he drove up, got out and kicked and punched the boy. the boy's been to doctors numerous times already. He told cops he didn't want to report the attack right away because he's afraid of Sprain.
Another spring morning in La Crosse. Another guy found wandering drunkenly through Riverside Park. Police say a La Crosse guy had apparently been through a big celebration of his 21st birthday this week when they found him in the park, heading towards the Mississippi. A La Crosse center employee had followed him until police showed. Not terribly cooperative, they say. Although he did tell police, "I need your help." Cops got him out of Riverside and gave him a ticket for being in the park after hours.
One of a trio of wanted crooks has been nailed by La Crosse police. Cops hit on a drug house earlier this month thanks to an anonymous tipster. They found drugs and guns and money and evidence of cooking up some crack but no drug dealers at the house near 16th and Jackson. Immediately the search was on for two brothers, Orlandus and Raymond Lewis as well as Nichole Scholl. Scholl they arrested yesterday; apparently she'd been hauled into jail on something unrelated. The brothers they're still looking for.