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Theft Alert: Air Conditioning Units

The La Crosse Police Department is investigating the theft of central air conditioning units from La Crosse area Churches and businesses. Over the last week there have been 17 central air conditioning units reported stolen. The thieves are cutting power and refrigerant lines, and removing the entire central air conditioning unit. It is believed the […]

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UPDATE: LCPD Seeks Wanted Subject

UPDATE – 11/12/2014: Steven J. Huber-Byers into custody on Monday, November 10, 2014.  The La Crosse Police Department is no longer looking for him.   Original Story: The La Crosse Police Department is asking for the public’s help in locating Steven J. Huber-Byers (28-year-old male).  Steven currently has an active warrant for his arrest. Anyone with information regarding […]

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Oktoberfest PSA

A Safe Oktoberfest Starts With You!

Police Chief Ron Tischer and Assistant Fire Chief Warren Thomas, who is also the President of the Board for La Crosse Area Crime Stoppers, have an important message for you! If you see or know details regarding a crime committed during this Oktoberfest (or any other time), but wish to remain anonymous in your report, contact […]

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Kwik Trip Robbery Door

Armed Robbery – Suspect Wanted

Early this morning at 4:08AM, La Crosse Police responded to the report of an armed robbery at the Kwik Trip located at 506 Cass Street in the City of La Crosse. Store employees reported that shortly after the 4:00AM opening, a male subject entered the store displaying a handgun and demanded cash. Store employees complied with […]

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Copper Pipe Fittings

Theft of Copper Pipe Fittings

The La Crosse Police Department is investigating the theft of copper pipe fittings from a job site construction trailer that was parked at the new Northside Elementary School under construction at 1611 Kane Street. Some time between the evening of Saturday, February 15th and the morning of Sunday, February 16th, someone stole around $5,000 worth of copper […]

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