LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) -

A La Crosse man accused of ramming his car into multiple vehicles, including his ex-girlfriend's, made his first appearance in court Monday.

Police say 29-year-old Erich Price drove his car through a fence on Gillette Street Friday night.

A police report says he had been stalking his ex-girlfriend and followed her to a bar that night.

Officers arrived on scene to find several people holding Price down in the parking lot. He allegedly bit two people.

The report says police tased Price twice in an attempt to get him under control. It goes on to say Price was saying -quote- "I came here to murder," and "I'm going to kill you."

Two people were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. 

A judge set a $100,000 cash bond.

More details are expected later this week.

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A La Crosse man is in jail on a felony stalking charge after ramming his car into multiple vehicles and injuring two people outside a north-side bar Friday night.

According to the police report, 29-year-old Erich Price got into a fight with an ex-girlfriend, then drove his car through a fence on Gillette Street and repeatedly ran into her parked car and other vehicles.

Officers arrived on scene to find several people holding Price down in the parking lot while he was kicking and screaming. The report said one man was transported to the hospital after Price allegedly bit him. A woman was also treated for non-life-threatening injuries after being hit by a parked car that Price hit with his own vehicle.

According to the report, police tased Price twice in an attempt to get him under control, while he told them, "I came here to murder," and "I'm going to kill you."

Price is currently being held without bond at the La Crosse County Jail under several charges, including assault, destruction of property and driving under the influence.