The La Crosse County Sheriff’s office and the Holmen Police Department responded to a call of shots fired at a bar early Tuesday morning. The shooting happened at “Angry’s Way Out” in Brice Prairie just before one o’clock in the morning.
Deputies say no one was injured in the shooting. They say 32-year-old Alexander Pollack was arrested shortly after the incident and a handgun was found in his car.
The sheriff’s office says the shots were fired after an argument. After the responding deputies interviewed everyone it was determined that there was an argument in the parking lot and that the suspect fired two rounds in an attempt to break up the argument.
Pollack is scheduled to appear in court tomorrow afternoon.