A La Crosse man will serve five years in prison for planning to meet a teenage girl for sex.La Crosse County Circuit Court Gloria Doyle on Tuesday imposed the mandatory minimum sentence for 45-year-old Jon Mulder, arrested after a police sting in 2015. “If that had been a 14-year-old girl, you would, by all probability, have ruined her life, OK?” Doyle told Mulder.
A La Crosse County judge granted a new trial to a former Onalaska man serving a life sentence for child exploitation and pornography charges.Circuit Judge Todd Bjerke overturned Donovan Cadogan’s convictions, ruling there is doubt Cadogan accessed 13 sexually explicit images and no evidence that made them available to other users, according to the judge’s written order.
La Crosse police warn that a South Side La Crosse gas station has been selling what it calls a "brown bag special" meant to be used as a drug pipe -- and it’s perfectly legal.Customers at Bulk Citgo, 1914 State Road, have been able to purchase a glass pipe disguised as a pen or other household item for $5.A Tribune editor on Thursday brought two snack items to the checkout counter and requested “a brown bag special, please.” Behind the counter, the cashier filled a small paper bag with a...
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