Two charged with having intercourse in La Crosse parking ramp

LA CROSSE (WKBT) — Two people are facing criminal charges after police found them having sexual intercourse in a La Crosse parking ramp.

La Crosse police and fire departments were called to the Market Square ramp at just after 10 p.m. Sunday after Jonelle S. Hill, 41, pulled the fire alarm in the third-floor stairwell, according to the criminal complaint filed in La Crosse County Circuit Court.

They arrived to find no fire; however, Hill was having intercourse with Joshua D. Whitedog, 42, in the stairwell one level up, according to the complaint.

Hill told police they were “putting out the fire,” when police asked what they were doing, according to the report. She also admitted to pulling the fire alarm, saying she needed help; however, Hill refused to say what she needed help with.

Whitedog refused to leave the ramp and began screaming and yelling.

The two were both charged with lewd and lascivious behavior. Hill was also charged with felony bail jumping and intentionally giving a false alarm. Whitedog was also charged with bail jumping.

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