Eight-one Rusk County residents went to the Rusk County Courthouse with suitcases Monday.
A Chippewa Falls woman accused of several child sex crimes is going to prison.
A search warrant for Houa Dia Yang was executed by the U.S. Marshall Service on Thursday August 30, where law enforcement officials discovered the animals living in “deplorable conditions” throughout the property.
Both Amy and Travis Headrick appeared, although their official initial appearance was delayed to give them time to find counsel.
Jail time was ordered Wednesday for an area man accused of trying to set up a sexual encounter with an underage girl, and with possessing child porn.
William Dickinson was found guilty on Tuesday after grabbing two teenage girls at a wedding reception at an Eau Claire motel last January.
Miguel Navarro, from St. Louis, entered that plea after a judge ruled it is probable he committed a crime. Navarro is charged with first degree murder for the death last month of Israel Valles-Flores.
An arrest warrant is out for a Cadott man who is charged with killing a Black River Falls woman last June in a crash at an Onalaska highway intersection.
EC group home resident not competent to stand trial after punching employee, sexually assaulting resident
A man accused of sexually assaulting an Eau Claire group home resident and punching an employee will not go to trial any time soon.
Scott Lovelien was also ordered last week by Judge Emily Long to stay absolutely sober during three years of probation, and he lost his drivers license for nine months.
Andrew Sovereign is the alleged serial gas skipper. According to charges filed Monday, Sovereign would gas up his truck at Eau Claire area Kwik Trips, then drive off without paying.
Police said Melby first denied going into the neighbor’s yard, then said he may have, but didn’t remember because he had been drinking.