A La Crosse man is scheduled to be sentenced November first, after a jury convicted him of breaking into a college student's apartment and stabbing him.
Jurors also found 24-year-old Anthony Lee innocent of assaulting a police officer. Prosecutors said Lee and Bret Clark busted into a La Crosse apartment in July of last year. They got into a scuffle with the tenant and stabbed him in a cheek. Officials said a La Crosse police officer later caught them trying to break into another apartment -- and they allegedly attacked him when they learned he couldn't ask for a backup. Lee's five convictions include reckless endangerment and burglary. Before his trial, Lee pleaded guilty to possessing marijuana and bail jumping. Clark was sentenced to a year in jail with five years of probation, after he pleaded guilty to a pair of charges in the incident.