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Second Drug Bust this Week

For the second time this week, the La Crosse Police Drug Unit has made a significant seizure and arrest. On June 5, 2019 members of the La Crosse Police Department’s Investigative Bureau (drug unit) as well as the Emergency Response Team conducted a search warrant at 1435 Caledonia Street. As a result of this investigation […]

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Police ask for assistance locating missing man.

We are asking for the communities’ assistance in locating Adam C. Zegiel. Adam was last seen in La Crosse on May 1st at approximately 9:00pm at his residence in the 200 block of State Street. Adam is 34-years-old with a physical description of 6’2”, 176 pounds, brown hair and hazel eyes. His hair is 12” […]

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Search Warrant Lands Large Quantity of Meth and Cash

Last night La Crosse Police Investigators and Emergency Response Team executed a search warrant at 819 Avon St. The search warrant was based on information that Andrew R. Henke (07/27/1983) was selling methamphetamine out of that residence. Upon executing the search warrant Mr. Henke was taken into custody without incident. While searching the residence Investigators […]

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Drug Search Warrant Yields Meth, Cash and Felon in Possession of a Firearm

Last night La Crosse Police Investigators and Emergency Response Team executed a search warrant at 1623 Johnson St. The search warrant was based on a drug investigation into Nathan Kohls (06/26/1991) of La Crosse. Mr. Kohls has an extensive criminal history and currently on an active felony bond and probation. Upon executing the search warrant […]

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Missing Person Located

On 02/07/2019 at 1:41PM we responded to the area of 1600 Johnson Street to assist first responders.  A homeowner called 911 reporting they located a snow covered body in the back yard of their residence.  Upon arrival it was determined the individual was deceased, and through the investigation, the subject was identified as Juan Gonzalez […]

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Charges filed in Death Investigation

After an extensive investigation, interviews, and consulting with the La Crosse County District Attorney’s Office, Anquin St. Junious (DOB 09/14/1979 of La Crosse) has been charged with 2nd Degree Reckless Homicide, Battery, Strangulation, Disorderly Conduct and Threats to Injury for the stabbing incident. On January 2, 2019 at 2:01 am the La Crosse Police received a […]

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The Revolving Door of La Crosse County

A La Crosse area man found himself back in jail hours after La Crosse County Circuit Judge Ramona Gonzalez lowered his bond from $10,000 cash to $2,500 cash. It only took Jesse Turnmire four hours after bonding out of jail to be back in his cell. Jesse Turnmire, 29, who has a criminal record dating […]

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Missing 84 year old – Robert “Bob” Weldy

La Crosse Police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating Robert V Weldy “Bob”. Bob is 84 years old, 5’5″ and 200lbs, grey hair with blue eyes and wears glasses. He was last seen by his wife at their residence near 17th and Barlow. He was  wearing a light blue flannel shirt, blue plaid […]

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Spike in Gun Calls and Gun Crimes Continues

Over the past several years the La Crosse Police Department has taken notice of an alarming trend – more gun calls and crimes with guns. We have implored other institutions within the criminal justice system to take notice as well and send a message that gun crimes will not be tolerated in our community. In […]

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ONE CHARGED IN THE ERIN SOMVILAI HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION

Today, the La Crosse Police Department along with the La Crosse County District Attorney’s Office announces that Erik J. Sackett (DOB 11-25-1979) of La Crosse is being charge with First Degree Intentional Homicide as part of the Erin Somvilai investigation. On June 4th La Crosse Police had received a complaint that Erin Somvilai had not […]

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