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Police sergeant gets change in bond

LA CROSSE, Wis. (WXOW) - A judge made a change to the bond of the La Crosse police sergeant charged with threatening to kill his wife and family.

Originally Alan Iverson, 45, could contact his wife only through email.

Wednesday, Judge J. David Rice expanded that option to telephone and text.

Iverson can also make direct contact when he is picking up or dropping off his children, and during any counseling, as long as his wife agrees.

Before making the changes, the judge received the consent of Iverson's wife.

Previous bond conditions still apply, including supervised visits with his children and not having any firearms.

Wednesday should have been Iverson's preliminary hearing. Now, by April 7, his attorney and a special prosecutor will decide whether to reschedule or waive the hearing.

Iverson is currently on paid administrative leave pending a criminal investigation.
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