The La Crosse assistant police chief has tweeted an apology to local residents, saying he's sorry his department can't protect them better.
Assistant Chief Rob Abraham is frustrated with county judges who aren't keeping people who had been arrested behind bars. Abraham points to the case of Ronald Crosby Junior, who was arrested last weekend on rape charges. A judge released Crosby on a signature bond and he was quickly re-arrested for trying to intimidate the victim. Crosby was released from custody once again Monday.