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There was a jam-packed gallery in Langlade County Circuit Court Monday afternoon, with dozens of defendants making adjourned initial appearances, two warrant return matters, and new charges filed in a handful of criminal cases.

Jennifer L. Lemerande, 46, Laona, entered a not guilty plea to a misdemeanor count of obstructing an officer. She was allowed to remain free on an already posted $300 bond.

Lemerande is accused of making a false report to police when she came to the Safety Building on Feb. 11, claiming she had been assaulted by two unknown men on the road near Menards. She further said that she had lost her phone in the snow during the attack, then returned and found it, took it to the Verizon store, and received advice on how to fix the device.

Lemerande also told the officer that she had spoken to a law enforcement officer in another county about the incident.

Upon investigation, police now believe that none of Lemerande's story actually happened. Verizon employees stated she had not been in the store, the officer said he had not spoken with her, and no evidence of the assault could be located.

Lemerande later admitted she had invented the story in an attempt to catch her boyfriend cheating on her.

Exactly how the story was meant to accomplish that objective remains unclear.

Amber D. Shelley, 30, 514 Dorr St., is charged with two counts of felony child abuse with intent to cause harm. She was ordered to a $5,000 signature bond and instructed to cooperate fully with the department of health and social services.

According to the complaint, Shelley self-reported an incident that occurred on Jan. 12. She said that one of her children bit the other child, so she in turn bit the child. Then, the child that was bitten cursed at her, and she responded with a back hand slap to the child's face. The investigating officer noted that marks on the children confirmed the account of what happened.

Katie Lynn Jansen, 30, N1306 Cty Rd. S, was ordered to a $1,500 signature bond on a single misdemeanor charge of retail theft valued less than $500, with the condition that she have no contact with the alleged victim of the theft.

Jansen is accused of being one of two individuals captured on surveillance video concealing items and leaving Gilbert's Sentry Foods without paying on the morning of Jan. 8. The value of the items was $11.47.
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Bonds set in theft, child abuse, obstructing cases
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There was a jam-packed gallery in Langlade County Circuit Court Monday afternoon, with dozens of defendants making adjourned initial appearances, two warrant return matters, and new charges filed in a handful of criminal cases.

Jennifer L. Lemerande, 46, Laona, entered a not guilty plea to a misdemeanor count of obstructing an officer. She was allowed to remain free on an already posted $300 bond.

Lemerande is accused of making a false report to police when she came to the Safety Building on Feb. 11, claiming she had been assaulted by two unknown men on the road near Menards. She further said that she had lost her phone in the snow during the attack, then returned and found it, took it to the Verizon store, and received advice on how to fix the device.

Lemerande also told the officer that she had spoken to a law enforcement officer in another county about the incident.

Upon investigation, police now believe that none of Lemerande's story actually happened. Verizon employees stated she had not been in the store, the officer said he had not spoken with her, and no evidence of the assault could be located.

Lemerande later admitted she had invented the story in an attempt to catch her boyfriend cheating on her.

Exactly how the story was meant to accomplish that objective remains unclear.

Amber D. Shelley, 30, 514 Dorr St., is charged with two counts of felony child abuse with intent to cause harm. She was ordered to a $5,000 signature bond and instructed to cooperate fully with the department of health and social services.

According to the complaint, Shelley self-reported an incident that occurred on Jan. 12. She said that one of her children bit the other child, so she in turn bit the child. Then, the child that was bitten cursed at her, and she responded with a back hand slap to the child's face. The investigating officer noted that marks on the children confirmed the account of what happened.

Katie Lynn Jansen, 30, N1306 Cty Rd. S, was ordered to a $1,500 signature bond on a single misdemeanor charge of retail theft valued less than $500, with the condition that she have no contact with the alleged victim of the theft.

Jansen is accused of being one of two individuals captured on surveillance video concealing items and leaving Gilbert's Sentry Foods without paying on the morning of Jan. 8. The value of the items was $11.47.
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