La Crosse Police Shooter Gets $50,000 Bond

LA CROSSE, WI (Ben Caxton) — The man shot by a La Crosse police officer during a domestic disturbance call a few weeks ago made an appearance in court for a bond hearing yesterday after being released from the hospital. La Crosse County Circuit Judge Scott Horne set bond for a wheelchair-bound Allen Kruk at $50,000 cash as requested by prosecutors. Kruk’s attorney’s had argued for a lower bond based on Kruk’s injuries from the incident. Kruk is accused of shooting La Crosse Police Officer Dustin Darling on August 3. Darling was struck once on his ballistic vest and returned fire and seriously wounded Kruk. Darling, who has been on suspension since the shooting, was cleared this week of any wrongdoing.

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