LA CROSSE, Wis. (WXOW) - A La Crosse Police sergeant charged with threatening to kill his wife and family has signed a separation agreement with the City of La Crosse.
The legal document is a step in the process for Alan Iverson to resign as a police officer with the city.
La Crosse Police arrested the 45-year old Iverson in February. In court, prosecutors said Iverson made threats to his wife after she talked about divorce. Earlier this month, a the judge accepted a diversion agreement for legal charges against Iverson.
He pleaded no contest to a disorderly conduct charge. A charge of threats to injure was dismissed.
Iverson has 12 business days to block the public release of today's separation agreement.
City Attorney Stephen Matty tells News19 if Iverson does not object to the release of details in the agreement, the city plans to make those details public.
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