Police: Shells, Gun, Car Link Woman to Both Sunday Night Shootings

La Crosse police have made ammunition matches in two separate shootings from Sunday. Police say they've collected spent shell casings from the area around a home at Ferry street in La Crosse, from the car of 19 year-old Youa Moua, and from the south side yard where Moua apparently took her own life. Police say all of the 9 millimeter ammo matches and they'll leave it to the state crime lab to determine if all the shells were fired from the same gun. Police also say that witnesses recall a car driven by Moua leaving the scene of the Ferry street shooting. It was where her former boyfriend apparently lived. Meanwhile, results from an autopsy on Moua are likely to take several weeks.

In order to post comments, you must be a registered user.


What Should Happen With The Municipal Boat Harbor?