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Cash bonds were set in Langlade County Circuit Court Monday for a pair facing multiple drug-related charges after a Friday traffic stop in the town of Rolling.

Mary G. Reinhart, 32, Sun Prairie, and Gerald R. Peschke, 48, 1532 Clermont St., both appeared via video from the jail and were each ordered to $2,500 cash bonds, with stipulations of no illegal use or possession of controlled substances.

Reinhart, faces six counts total, including felony bail jumping and misdemeanor bail jumping, as she has an open felony case pending in Dane County and a misdemeanor case in Lincoln County. Other charges includes possession of methamphetamine, narcotic drugs, THC, and drug paraphernalia, all as party-to-a-crime.

Peschke's charges are all as party-to-a-crime as well, including possession of meth, narcotic drugs, paraphernalia, and THC. He faces an additional misdemeanor bail jumping charge.

According to the criminal complaint filed by Langlade County District Attorney Elizabeth Gebert, Peschke was at the wheel of a vehicle stopped for numerous traffic infractions on Aug. 17. A State Patrol K-9 was brought to the scene and indicated to the presence of a controlled substance in the vehicle.

An ensuing search of the vehicle allegedly turned up an assortment of illegal drugs and paraphernalia, including a wooden box with marijuana inside, a plastic container with meth and related paraphernalia containing meth residue as well as a jewel bag of heroin.

In addition, used syringes, several pipes commonly used to ingest controlled substances, an additional bag of marijuana, and a measuring cup containing heroin were located.

Reinhart was also found in possession of another bag of heroin during the booking process at the jail, which was apparently stuck near her waist band.

Bonds were also set or continued in a number of other cases in Monday court, including;

â€Kimberly A. Jeffer, 29, White Lake, was ordered to a $1,500 signature bond, facing charges of possession of drug paraphernalia and disorderly conduct in two separate cases.

According to online court records, authorities responded to a disturbance at a town of Wolf River residence on June 21, in which Jeffer was accused of pushing an individual in the face, causing bruising to the eye area.

A day later, deputies provided support to probation officers searching a bedroom occupied by Jeffer. A glass pipe with marijuana residue was allegedly found.

Jeffer is not allowed any contact with the alleged victim as condition of bond.

â€Anthony E. Cleary, 45, Aniwa, pled not guilty to a pair of possession of drug paraphernalia counts and elected to represent himself in the matter. He was allowed to remain free on a $1,000 signature bond.

Records show a witness turned over a plastic bag containing multiple pipes to authorities on July 11, which were purportedly found in Cleary's then bedroom at a town of Rolling home.

â€Audrey F. Long, 26, 1130 1/2 7th Ave., had a $1,500 signature bond continued on charges of disorderly conduct, resisting/obstructing an officer, and two charges of bail jumping.

Long was accused of combative behavior towards police as they attempted to take her for medical evaluation in the evening hours of August 1. She reportedly resisted efforts to take her initially into an ambulance, and then a squad car.

Additional stipulation of her bond includes absolute sobriety.

â€Travis Oknewski, 38, Wittenberg, had a $10,000 signature bond continued on one charge of issuing worthless checks, and three counts of bail jumping.

Online accounts indicate Oknewski is accused of passing checks which were returned for insufficient funds numerous times in March of this year at Fleet Farm in Antigo. Total amount of the checks was $2,983.26.

â€Trisha C. Randel, 18, 921 Edison St., pled not guilty to counts of bail jumping and disorderly conduct and had a $1,000 signature bond established, while her co-defendant in the case, Miranda R. Deverney, 17, 723 First Ave., entered a not guilty plea to a charge of disorderly conduct.

Both are alleged to have struck a male on June 20 at a location in the city of Antigo.

Neither is allowed contact with the alleged victim or his residence,

All defendants will return to court for clerical appearances in the coming weeks.
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Cash bonds are set for pair in area traffic stop Friday
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Cash bonds were set in Langlade County Circuit Court Monday for a pair facing multiple drug-related charges after a Friday traffic stop in the town of Rolling.

Mary G. Reinhart, 32, Sun Prairie, and Gerald R. Peschke, 48, 1532 Clermont St., both appeared via video from the jail and were each ordered to $2,500 cash bonds, with stipulations of no illegal use or possession of controlled substances.

Reinhart, faces six counts total, including felony bail jumping and misdemeanor bail jumping, as she has an open felony case pending in Dane County and a misdemeanor case in Lincoln County. Other charges includes possession of methamphetamine, narcotic drugs, THC, and drug paraphernalia, all as party-to-a-crime.

Peschke's charges are all as party-to-a-crime as well, including possession of meth, narcotic drugs, paraphernalia, and THC. He faces an additional misdemeanor bail jumping charge.

According to the criminal complaint filed by Langlade County District Attorney Elizabeth Gebert, Peschke was at the wheel of a vehicle stopped for numerous traffic infractions on Aug. 17. A State Patrol K-9 was brought to the scene and indicated to the presence of a controlled substance in the vehicle.

An ensuing search of the vehicle allegedly turned up an assortment of illegal drugs and paraphernalia, including a wooden box with marijuana inside, a plastic container with meth and related paraphernalia containing meth residue as well as a jewel bag of heroin.

In addition, used syringes, several pipes commonly used to ingest controlled substances, an additional bag of marijuana, and a measuring cup containing heroin were located.

Reinhart was also found in possession of another bag of heroin during the booking process at the jail, which was apparently stuck near her waist band.

Bonds were also set or continued in a number of other cases in Monday court, including;

â€Kimberly A. Jeffer, 29, White Lake, was ordered to a $1,500 signature bond, facing charges of possession of drug paraphernalia and disorderly conduct in two separate cases.

According to online court records, authorities responded to a disturbance at a town of Wolf River residence on June 21, in which Jeffer was accused of pushing an individual in the face, causing bruising to the eye area.

A day later, deputies provided support to probation officers searching a bedroom occupied by Jeffer. A glass pipe with marijuana residue was allegedly found.

Jeffer is not allowed any contact with the alleged victim as condition of bond.

â€Anthony E. Cleary, 45, Aniwa, pled not guilty to a pair of possession of drug paraphernalia counts and elected to represent himself in the matter. He was allowed to remain free on a $1,000 signature bond.

Records show a witness turned over a plastic bag containing multiple pipes to authorities on July 11, which were purportedly found in Cleary's then bedroom at a town of Rolling home.

â€Audrey F. Long, 26, 1130 1/2 7th Ave., had a $1,500 signature bond continued on charges of disorderly conduct, resisting/obstructing an officer, and two charges of bail jumping.

Long was accused of combative behavior towards police as they attempted to take her for medical evaluation in the evening hours of August 1. She reportedly resisted efforts to take her initially into an ambulance, and then a squad car.

Additional stipulation of her bond includes absolute sobriety.

â€Travis Oknewski, 38, Wittenberg, had a $10,000 signature bond continued on one charge of issuing worthless checks, and three counts of bail jumping.

Online accounts indicate Oknewski is accused of passing checks which were returned for insufficient funds numerous times in March of this year at Fleet Farm in Antigo. Total amount of the checks was $2,983.26.

â€Trisha C. Randel, 18, 921 Edison St., pled not guilty to counts of bail jumping and disorderly conduct and had a $1,000 signature bond established, while her co-defendant in the case, Miranda R. Deverney, 17, 723 First Ave., entered a not guilty plea to a charge of disorderly conduct.

Both are alleged to have struck a male on June 20 at a location in the city of Antigo.

Neither is allowed contact with the alleged victim or his residence,

All defendants will return to court for clerical appearances in the coming weeks.
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