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updated 4:05 PM CDT, Sep 16, 2014

La Crosse Police Sergeant Free on Bond

  • Written by Bob Gabrielson
  • Published in News

92/26/14) A La Crosse police sergeant is free-on-bond, after he was accused of threatening to kill his family.  

Sheriff's officers investigated 45-year-old patrol sergeant Alan Iverson, after his wife filed a complaint last Wednesday.  Authorities said Iverson made threats to shoot his family and himself after his wife said she wanted a divorce.  Iverson is on paid administrative leave from the La Crosse police force, after he was charged with a felony count of making threats-to-injure, and misdemeanor domestic abuse-disorderly conduct.  He had his bond reduced yesterday from 100-thousand dollars to one-thousand.  Iverson is due back in court a week from today for a preliminary hearing on the felony count. 

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