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You can hide your drug stash from the prying eyes of police. But maybe not from the sniffing snouts of drug dogs. La Crosse Cops got 23 year-old Kenneth Jackson at a routine traffic stop this week-end. Smelled some marijuana. Which was all an officer needed, apparently to call out Brutus the drug dog. Brutus got really interested in the dashboard. Turns out, Jackson was using the dashboard as a nifty space to hide the crack he was selling. Cops recovered several bags of crack from behind a dash panel. Jackson has a previous conviction for selling drugs.
Internal discipline for La Crosse cops busted on illegal hunting charges could be on the way. Officers Corrie Korn and Faling Yang face fines and prison time for duck hunting illegally with their guiding company in the Upper Mississippi Wildlife Refuge over two years ago. We asked police captain Jason Melby about in-house discipline
Melby says a May sentencing on the federal hunting charges would likely be taken into account when making decisions about Korn and Yang. Both officers have been placed on administrative leave.
Two shootings that happened Monday afternoon are being investigated in La Crosse...
One shooting has left a 20-year-old woman dead. That happened in the 700 block of Division Street. The woman died at Mayo Franciscan in La Crosse. The other incident was on the north side of the city, Island Street, where someone apparently shot at a window. Nobody was hurt in that situation.
Yesterday marked the first time in almost two weeks that the mercury dropped below 40 degrees in the immediate La Crosse area.
If it gets much colder, local fruit crops could be in big trouble, now that trees are blossoming early. From Bauer's Market in La Crescent, owner Bruce Bauer says just one night of temps in the 20's could ruin an orchard. He's seen it happen a couple of times in the last 50 years...in 1964 and 1988.
Bauer says the growers he's talked with have been busy protecting the budding fruit trees, so they're less likely to freeze.