The crime is a Class D Felony that carries a maximum fine of $100,000 and 25 years in prison. Politics Required fields are marked *, Public Inspection File | FCC EEO Public File Report | Employment Opportunities at Our Stations. La Crescent, MN 55947 She said she thought he was in the home in bed asleep. A native of Prairie du Chien, Brad graduated from UW - La Crosse and has worked in radio news for more than 30 years, mostly in the La Crosse area. Your email address will not be published. Elections Former Holmen woman charged with reckless homicide in husband's death, La Crosse clerk says election results could wait until Wednesday, Court case against mayor's wife may wait until 2021, Court cases move ahead for suspects in Sparta murder, One Minnesota election for Congress will be in November, despite candidate death, Bangor man pleads 'not guilty' to choking, Appeals court says La Crosse police did have reason to search a car for drugs, Baldwin speaks out on court appointment and health care, La Crosse man gets prison for wielding hot potato masher, Local crime getting back to normal levels after COVID slump, La Crosse man sues governor over mask mandate, Surviving driver in crash that killed two from Black River Falls won't be charged with homicide, Man accused of choking teen in West Salem, Jury trials in La Crosse may still wait until January, Holmen man accused of drug possession and car theft. Elections

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Other fibers found didn't match the clothes he was wearing. The complaint said that on February 23, 2019, the La Crosse County Sheriff's Office was called to W5414 County Road W in Holmen for a person believed to be deceased. He regularly covers local courts and city and county government. |, Find it here: Voting information for November 3, Resources to help cope in this time of crisis, Gundersen, Mayo ask for help reduce spread increases in COVID cases, Michigan judge dismisses Trump campaign lawsuit, Georgia judge dismisses Trump campaign lawsuit.

Email: aedesk@wxow.com, All content © 2000 - 2020, WXOW Television, Inc. All rights reserved. Brad produces the features "Yesterday in La Crosse" and "What's Buried on Brad's Desk." Investigators say Mark Phillips apparently was run over outside the house in Holmen where the couple was living. Courts

Judge also set a $50,000 signature bond and ordered no contact with the Phillips family.

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Investigators say Mark had several injuries, on the head, neck, and other parts of his body.

Phone: 507-895-1919 Security cameras at the home were turned off during the time of the incident according to the complaint.

She suggested that Mark might have fallen down, and he was found dead in a snowbank. La Crescent, MN 55947 LA CROSSE, Wis. (WXOW) - 50-year-old Lori Ann Phillips made her initial appearance virtually on Tuesday in front of Judge Gloria Doyle. Lori Ann Phillips of Winona is accused of causing the hit-and-run death of her husband Mark in February of 2019. Phillips is charged with one count of second-degree reckless homicide after being accused of hitting her husband Mark Phillips last year at their residence in Holmen. The criminal complaint was filed Monday against 50-year-old Lori Ann Phillips on one charge of Hit and Run - Resulting in Death. A traffic death from over a year ago in La Crosse County has led to a reckless homicide charge.

Crime 3705 CTH 25 Phillips is charged with one count of … The complaint also said, "Lori stated Mark was on the passenger side with the door open when he got mad and started running over to her door while she was in the driver’s seat.