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An Antigo woman who was revived with the drug Narcan after an apparent drug overdose on Sunday night made an initial appearance in Langlade County Circuit Court Monday, facing multiple charges as a result of the incident.

Ashley J. Stimac, 29, 633 Langlade Rd., was ordered to a $2,000 cash bond by Judge John Rhode, as she appeared via video feed from the jail.

Stimac faces a felony charge for possession of narcotic drugs, along with misdemeanor counts of possession of amphetamine/LSD/Psilocin and possession of drug paraphernalia.

According to the criminal complaint, authorities responding to a call for an heroin overdose, found Stimac face down in a hallway at her residence, unconscious and breathing very slowly.

A male at the home said he had found her on the bathroom floor with a needle. Investigators found a needle in the bathroom, allegedly half-full of heroin, along with a spoon containing residue of the drug.

A woman’s coat on the floor near Stimac was found to contain a baggy of psilocybin mushrooms.

A number of others bond were established or continued by Judge Rhode, including;

—Henry J. Tomow III, 33, Clintonville, who was brought in on a warrant, was ordered to a $1,500 cash bond on charges of first degree sexual assault of a child, along with false imprisonment and felony bail jumping.

Tomow is accused of having sexual contact with a then 10-year-old girl in October 2017 outside a town of Elcho residence. He may not have any contact with the alleged victim while the case is pending.

Records show Tomow was on bond in Brown County for multiple drug offenses and retail theft when the incident occurred.

—Brittney D. Eldridge, 27, 503 Deresch St., was ordered to a $1,500 signature bond on her latest charges. Eldridge remains behind bars due to a high cash bond in a separate felony drug case.

The new charges include two counts of bail jumping and one for disorderly conduct.

According to online court records, Eldridge is alleged to have been involved in an altercation with two women at a Deleglise Street residence on Jan. 27. One woman was allegedly shoved and struck with a laundry basket, while the other was hit in the arm.

Eldridge may have no contact with the alleged victims in the matter.

—Kegan C. Jackson, 17, 1338 Edison St., pled not guilty to a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia and was ordered to a $500 signature bond, while a $1,000 signature bond was continued in a separate matter, in which Jackson was accused of stealing a cell phone from an acquaintance who had spent the night at his home in December.

Charges in that incident included theft of moveable property and resisting/obstructing an officer.

The drug paraphernalia case dates to Dec. 27, 2017 when police investigating possible drug use at an Edison Street home found a number of individuals inside, including Jackson. He allegedly admitted to possession of a marijuana pipe found at the residence.

Provisions in Jackson’s bonds include no contact with the alleged victim or his residence in the theft case, and no illegal possession of use of controlled substances.

—Benjamin C. Dvorak, 23, Bryant, currently an inmate in the Langlade County Jail, was ordered to a $5,000 signature bond a new felony count of battery by prisoner. Dvorak is also charged with disorderly conduct for a Dec. 19, 2017 incident in the facility.

Records show Dvorak and another inmate got into a fight over an envelope and Dvorak allegedly punched the man multiple times leaving visible injuries. Jail surveillance footage apparently showed him following the man and continuing to attack him when he tried to walk away several times.

—Charles C. Cox, 34, 1022 Sixth Ave., pled not guilty to a single count of disorderly conduct and was freed on a $500 signature bond. He may have no contact with the alleged victims in the case while it is pending through the court system.

Online accounts show police responded to a disturbance at a Sixth Avenue apartment on Sunday and met a female who said she and another man had gotten into an argument with Cox which turned physical.

Cox allegedly grabbed the man’s finger and throat, while the woman had a chunk of her hair ripped out while trying to get between the pair.

All cases have return court dates in the coming weeks.
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Overdose call lands woman in court with serious charges
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An Antigo woman who was revived with the drug Narcan after an apparent drug overdose on Sunday night made an initial appearance in Langlade County Circuit Court Monday, facing multiple charges as a result of the incident.

Ashley J. Stimac, 29, 633 Langlade Rd., was ordered to a $2,000 cash bond by Judge John Rhode, as she appeared via video feed from the jail.

Stimac faces a felony charge for possession of narcotic drugs, along with misdemeanor counts of possession of amphetamine/LSD/Psilocin and possession of drug paraphernalia.

According to the criminal complaint, authorities responding to a call for an heroin overdose, found Stimac face down in a hallway at her residence, unconscious and breathing very slowly.

A male at the home said he had found her on the bathroom floor with a needle. Investigators found a needle in the bathroom, allegedly half-full of heroin, along with a spoon containing residue of the drug.

A woman’s coat on the floor near Stimac was found to contain a baggy of psilocybin mushrooms.

A number of others bond were established or continued by Judge Rhode, including;

—Henry J. Tomow III, 33, Clintonville, who was brought in on a warrant, was ordered to a $1,500 cash bond on charges of first degree sexual assault of a child, along with false imprisonment and felony bail jumping.

Tomow is accused of having sexual contact with a then 10-year-old girl in October 2017 outside a town of Elcho residence. He may not have any contact with the alleged victim while the case is pending.

Records show Tomow was on bond in Brown County for multiple drug offenses and retail theft when the incident occurred.

—Brittney D. Eldridge, 27, 503 Deresch St., was ordered to a $1,500 signature bond on her latest charges. Eldridge remains behind bars due to a high cash bond in a separate felony drug case.

The new charges include two counts of bail jumping and one for disorderly conduct.

According to online court records, Eldridge is alleged to have been involved in an altercation with two women at a Deleglise Street residence on Jan. 27. One woman was allegedly shoved and struck with a laundry basket, while the other was hit in the arm.

Eldridge may have no contact with the alleged victims in the matter.

—Kegan C. Jackson, 17, 1338 Edison St., pled not guilty to a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia and was ordered to a $500 signature bond, while a $1,000 signature bond was continued in a separate matter, in which Jackson was accused of stealing a cell phone from an acquaintance who had spent the night at his home in December.

Charges in that incident included theft of moveable property and resisting/obstructing an officer.

The drug paraphernalia case dates to Dec. 27, 2017 when police investigating possible drug use at an Edison Street home found a number of individuals inside, including Jackson. He allegedly admitted to possession of a marijuana pipe found at the residence.

Provisions in Jackson’s bonds include no contact with the alleged victim or his residence in the theft case, and no illegal possession of use of controlled substances.

—Benjamin C. Dvorak, 23, Bryant, currently an inmate in the Langlade County Jail, was ordered to a $5,000 signature bond a new felony count of battery by prisoner. Dvorak is also charged with disorderly conduct for a Dec. 19, 2017 incident in the facility.

Records show Dvorak and another inmate got into a fight over an envelope and Dvorak allegedly punched the man multiple times leaving visible injuries. Jail surveillance footage apparently showed him following the man and continuing to attack him when he tried to walk away several times.

—Charles C. Cox, 34, 1022 Sixth Ave., pled not guilty to a single count of disorderly conduct and was freed on a $500 signature bond. He may have no contact with the alleged victims in the case while it is pending through the court system.

Online accounts show police responded to a disturbance at a Sixth Avenue apartment on Sunday and met a female who said she and another man had gotten into an argument with Cox which turned physical.

Cox allegedly grabbed the man’s finger and throat, while the woman had a chunk of her hair ripped out while trying to get between the pair.

All cases have return court dates in the coming weeks.
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