Manitowoc deputies disciplined at Dassey trial

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    Detective Dave Remiker and fellow Manitowoc County Sheriff's deputy Melia Prange broke department rules while the jury was sequestered at Brendan Dassey's April 2007 jury trial, USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin has learned.

    While the trial was in progress, Remiker received a one-page reprimand from supervisors at the sheriff's office. Prange agreed to accept a one-day work suspension for her role in the incident. The disciplinary measures are contained in personnel files that were recently reviewed by the USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin as part of a public records request.


    "Deputy Prange allowed her husband into the secured area of the jury to deliver pizza and obtain drinks," Prange's disciplinary report stated. "This unauthorized person was in the secured area on and off from" 9 p.m. until after 12:30 a.m.


    "A review of the log book indicates that Deputy Prange did not log this unauthorized person in the log book during this time frame."


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