Police sergeant accused of threatening to kill his family after wife asked for divorceMadison.com
Mar. 05, 2014
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Prosecutors Tuesday charged a La Crosse police sergeant with a felony that accuses him of threatening to kill his family.
Patrol Sgt. Alan Iverson, 45, is charged in La Crosse County Circuit Court with threats to injure and disorderly conduct as an domestic abuse offense. His preliminary hearing is March 5 before an out-of-county judge.
[...]Iverson came home later that night with his firearm and cocked it before putting it in a closet, telling his wife “you never know when someone is going to break into our house,” according to her statement to investigators.