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Kewaunee County Sheriff's Deputy receives stalking, disorderly conduct charges

A Kewaunee County Sheriff’s Department Lieutenant will be back in court on October 13th after being charged with a felony and a misdemeanor last week. Eric Pieschek appeared in court last week for his bond hearing after being brought in for separate counts of stalking and disorderly conduct. Each count carries a domestic abuse modifier. According to WBAY, the victim dated Pieschek until earlier this year. In the months since Pieschek is accused of being on or skirting the victim’s property line and sending her and her neighbors letters describing their relationship. Pieschek is on paid administrative leave due to the investigation performed by the Manitowoc County Sheriff’s Department. Kewaunee County Sheriff Matt Joski told WBAY that he is proud of the way the two sheriff’s departments have handled the case so far, and he is prepared to let the justice system handle the rest of it. After having his $2,500 cash bond posted, Pieschek will be back in the Kewaunee County Courthouse at 9:30 a.m. on October 13th for his adjourned initial appearance. As a part of his cash bond, Pieschek is not allowed to contact the victim or five witnesses, and he cannot be within 200 feet of the victim or her residence.

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