Thursday, November 10, 2011
[WI] Deputy Lambrecht again won't be charged. This time, for a domestic incident
FROM SEPTEMBER 2011 NEWS:
...On Saturday, September 17th , the Dane County Sheriff’s Office received a complaint that an off-duty deputy [David Lambrecht] was involved in a domestic incident. The Dane County Sheriff’s Office asked the Sun Prairie Police Department to investigate the allegation. As a result of their investigation, Sun Prairie Police arrested David Lambrecht...
FROM NOVEMBER 2O11 NEWS:
...The case against Dane County Deputy David Lambrecht has been declined by the Rock County District Attorney’s Office. Deputy David Lambrecht has returned to duty...
FROM 2000 NEWS:
...A lawsuit in which a former Dane County Jail inmate alleged that a jailer [deputy David Lambrecht] forced her to perform a sex act on him while she was an inmate was dismissed Monday after attorneys could not locate their client...
SHERIFF'S DEPUTY ARRESTED ON DOMESTIC DISORDERLY CHARGE
Wednesday, September 21, 2011 5:30 am
A Dane County Sheriff's deputy [David Lambrecht, 42] was arrested on a charge of domestic disorderly conduct following an incident Saturday, the Dane County Sheriff's Office said... [Full article here]
UPDATE: DANE CO. DEPUTY RETURNS TO DUTY AFTER ARREST
Sep 20, 2011 6:59 PM PST
[Excerpts] The Dane County Sheriff's Office says one of its deputies has returned to duty after he was arrested in September. Back on September 17, the Dane County Sheriff's Office received a complaint that an off-duty deputy was involved in a domestic incident. After further investigation by the Sun Prairie Police Department, Dane County Deputy David Lambrecht was arrested... The Rock County DA's office decided not to prosecute Lambrecht, citing a lack of merit in the case....Lambrecht is charged with domestic disorderly conduct, but police didn't elaborate... [Full article here]
UPDATE: DANE CO. DEPUTY INVOLVED IN DOMESTIC INCIDENT - Sun Prairie Police arrest Dane County Deputy David Lambrecht on a charge of Domestic Disorderly Conduct. UPDATE: The Rock Co. DA declines the case; Deputy returns to work.
Nov 1, 2011
[Excerpts] From the Dane Co. Sheriff's Department: "The case against Dane County Deputy David Lambrecht has been declined by the Rock County District Attorney’s Office. Deputy David Lambrecht has returned to duty following a September 28th decision by the Rock County District Attorney’s Office where they concluded the case lacked merit... Rock County District Attorney’s Office stated “our office will be taking no action on the charge of Disorderly Conduct as a Domestic Abuse Incident. The behavior of Mr. Lambrecht, while inappropriate, in my opinion did not rise to the level of criminal behavior. The Sun Prairie Police Department conducted a very thorough investigation of the incident which included a history of the family dynamics since Mr. Lambrecht and the victim…divorced approximately 7 years ago.” The outcome of Sheriff’s Office administrative investigation is still pending"... On Saturday, September 17th, the Dane County Sheriff’s Office received a complaint that an off-duty deputy was involved in a domestic incident.
The Dane County Sheriff’s Office asked the Sun Prairie Police Department to investigate the allegation. As a result of their investigation, Sun Prairie Police arrested David Lambrecht on a charge of Domestic Disorderly Conduct... [Full article here]
DOMESTIC ABUSE CHARGES WON'T BE FILED AGAINST ARRESTED DEPUTY, DA DECIDES
The Capital Times
November 2, 2011
[Excerpts] ...The Dane County Sheriff's Office is continuing its administrative investigation into the incident. [Full article here]
GUARD FORCED SEX, FORMER INMATE ALLEGES: Woman files lawsuit, saying privileges were revoked when she refused advances
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
By Kevin Murphy
September 23, 2000
[Excerpts] A former Dane County Jail inmate has filed a federal lawsuit against the county, alleging that a guard forced her to have sex with him and that when she refused his subsequent requests, he retaliated by getting her work-release privileges revoked. The 30-year-old woman was in jail in November on a check forgery offense when a sheriff's deputy twice forced her to perform a sex act on him,... The Sheriff's Department investigated the complaint but found the woman's allegations to be groundless, said Capt. Michael Plumer, jail services supervisor. Plumer would not say whether disciplinary action was taken in the incident but said the deputy still works for the department...
WOMAN'S SUIT ACCUSES JAILER
The Madison Capital Times
Kevin Murphy Correspondent
25 Sep 2000: 3A.
[Excerpts] A former Dane County Jail inmate [K.E.] is alleging that a jailer [sheriff's Deputy David Lambrecht] forced her to have oral sex with him and, when she refused his subsequent requests, retaliated by having her Huber privileges revoked, according to a federal lawsuit... Lambrecht also allegedly tossed one of [K.E.]'s bras around a room to other deputies while laughing, the suit contends... [Jail services supervisor Capt. Michael] Plumer would not confirm or deny if disciplinary actions were taken against Lambrecht, but said Lambrecht remains a jailer. Dane County has denied [K.E.]'s notice of claim for damages. [K.E.]'s attorney Eric Haag, filed the lawsuit Thursday. "She had recently had a baby and was looking forward to using her Huber privileges to see the baby occasionally," Haag said.... [K.E.] has since been released from jail, lives with her son and works in the Madison area.
FEDERAL LAWSUIT FILED AGAINST COUNTY JAILER THE SUIT ACCUSES HIM OF REVOKING AN INMATE'S HUBER PRIVILEGES FOR HER REFUSAL TO DO A SEX ACT.
Wisconsin State Journal
27 Sep 2000: 2B.
[Excerpts] ...[K.E.], who was jailed in November on a check forgery offense, alleges that on two occasions Sheriff's Deputy David Lambrecht forced her to perform oral sex on him, according to the recently filed suit... [K.E.]'s attorney Eric Haag said he did not know how Lambrecht's alleged sexual requests began but that they were unwelcomed by a vulnerable Ennen... Dane County denied Ennen's notice of claim for damages earlier this year...
SHERIFF: WOMAN'S CHARGES AGAINST DEPUTY ARE FALSE
The Madison Capital Times
30 Sep 2000: 3A.
[Excerpts] Dane County Sheriff Gary Hamblin said Friday that allegations that a deputy forced a woman jail inmate to engage in sex acts were untrue. The allegations were raised last week in a federal lawsuit filed by Kimberly Ennen, 30, who was sentenced last year to a one-year jail term in a forgery case. Ennen said in her lawsuit in U.S. District Court here that Deputy David Lambrecht forced her to perform sex acts on him on two occasions and later took away her Huber privileges when she refused further sex requests. Hamblin said in a statement issued Friday afternoon that when Ennen first made the allegations several months ago, his department investigated the matter, found it to be untrue, then asked the state Department of Criminal Investigation to review the findings of the Sheriff's Office. DCI's review "concluded with the finding that the Dane County Sheriff's office had `conducted a very thorough investigation' of the allegations," Hamblin said. "The allegation upon which this suit is based was investigated thoroughly and swiftly and found to be completely without merit," Hamblin said. "Deputy Lambrecht is an honorable and competent employee with an excellent reputation," the sheriff said. "We found no indication of misconduct of any sort. Hamblin said that while he usually does not talk about pending litigation involving the department or a deputy, "because of the nature of these allegations and the damaging effect to Deputy Lambrecht's reputation in the community, I feel compelled to comment in this instance."
LAWSUIT AGAINST DEPUTY SHERIFF HAS NO MERIT: Dane County Sheriff Gary Hamblin
Madison Capital Times
5 Oct 2000: 13A.
[Excerpts] Dear Editor: On Sept. 22, a federal lawsuit was filed by a former inmate of the Dane County Jail against Dane County, its insurance company and Deputy Sheriff David Lambrecht, alleging Deputy Lambrecht used his position to force the female inmate to perform sex acts while she was an inmate in the Dane County Jail. Immediately upon hearing of these allegations, and months before this suit was filed, the Sheriff's Office thoroughly investigated the alleged misconduct... Generally, the Sheriff's Office and I, as the sheriff, remain silent on pending lawsuits involving a deputy or the Sheriff's Office. However, because of the nature of these allegations and the damaging effect to Deputy Lambrecht's reputation in the community, I feel compelled to comment in this instance. The Dane County Sheriff's Office is staffed by professional men and women who have dedicated their lives to making Dane County a safe place in which to live. This office and I, personally, take allegations of misconduct very seriously... Deputy Lambrecht is an honorable and competent employee with an excellent reputation. We found no indication of misconduct of any sort. It is unfortunate that employment as a deputy sheriff subjects one to baseless allegations and legal action that has such damaging effects on one's reputation and family. I and all of the men and women of the Dane County Sheriff's Office stand behind and support Deputy Lambrecht and his family during these trying times...
JUDGE DISMISSES FORMER INMATE'S SEX CASE
The Madison Capital Times
05 Dec 2000: 3A.
[Excerpts] A lawsuit in which a former Dane County Jail inmate alleged that a jailer forced her to perform a sex act on him while she was an inmate was dismissed Monday after attorneys could not locate their client. Attorneys for [K.E.], 30, asked that the federal lawsuit be dismissed because their investigators could not find her after filing the suit on her behalf in September. [K.E.] had lived and worked in the Madison area since her release from jail, said her attorney, Eric Haag. However, investigators hired by Haag have not been able to find her for an unspecified period of time, according to documents filed in U.S. District Court...
LAWSUIT AGAINST DEPUTY DROPPED CASE INVOLVED ALLEGATIONS OF ORAL SEX
Wisconsin State Journal
07 Dec 2000: B3.
[Excerpts] A federal lawsuit against a Dane County sheriff's deputy alleging that he sexually assaulted a jail inmate was dismissed on Tuesday... Dane County Sheriff Gary Hamblin said the sheriff's office investigated the charges in February and found them to be baseless. He added that the Wisconsin Division of Criminal Investigation reviewed their investigation. "I've always been confident that our finding would be upheld that he had not done anything wrong," Hamblin said. But the woman's attorney, Eric Haag, said he made a motion to withdraw from the case because he couldn't find her, and the case was then dismissed. "The dismissal of the case doesn't have anything to do with the merits of the case," Haag said...
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