Former county supervisor convicted of prostitution
LA CROSSE--Bill Brockmiller, a former La Crosse County Supervisor, was convicted of prostitution after pleading guilty to the misdemeanor charge.
Brockmiller, 48, of La Crosse was fined $300 plus court costs during a hearing last month before Monroe County Circuit Court Todd Ziegler, who was brought in for impartiality.
La Crosse police investigators arrested Brockmiller and four other men - Jon Hage, 43, of West Salem, Brian Marking, 42, of Lake City, Minn., Spenser Nickelatti, 25, of Holmen, and Brian Selke, 42, of La Crescent, Minn., - on Aug. 27 during a sting at the Brookstone Inn on Rose Street.
All answered an advertisement on an adult website and were arrested when they exchanged money for sex, according to court records. The men were charged in La Crosse County Circuit Court with misdemeanor prostitution.
Selke was fined $505, while Hage and Nickelatti were given diversion agreements. Marking’s case is set for a plea on Jan. 14.