Women get probation for Krazy Glue assault
One of the state's most heavily publicized court cases ended Feb. 2 with four women getting one year of probation each. Therese Ziemann, 48, Menasha; Wendy Sewell, 44, Kaukauna; Michelle Belliveau, 43, Neenah; and Tracy Hood-Davis, 31, Fond du Lac, were all sentenced in Calumet County by Circuit Judge Donald Poppy. They must also perform community service. Authorities said they lured Davis's husband Donessa to a motel room in Stockbridge last July, where they tied the man to a bed and Ziemann used Krazy Glue to attach his sex organ to his stomach. Prosecutors said the four acted out of revenge, after the man had romantic encounters with a couple of them. Ziemann said she wished it never happened, and it's taken a toll on everyone involved. All the women except Hood-Davis apologized, saying they only meant to confront the man and things got out of control. Hood-Davis stayed silent. Her charges were dropped earlier. But prosecutors later re-filed a misdemeanor count of disorderly conduct. The others struck plea deals convicting them of disorderly conduct. Ziemann also pleaded no contest to battery, after being charged earlier with sexual assault. All four were originally charged with felony false imprisonment, which was dropped in the plea bargains.