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Mosinee man convicted in "homemade Taser" sex assault


WAUSAU (WAOW) - A 56-year-old Mosinee man pleaded no contest to two felonies Thursday - more than a year after he was accused of using a "homemade Taser" on a woman, shackling her with duct tape, forcing her to perform a sex act and locking her inside a wooden box, according to online Marathon Court records.

Allen Jamroz was convicted of second-degree sexual assault with the use of force and false imprisonment in the Dec. 28, 2016, incident at his rural Mosinee home. Prosecutors dropped two other charges, including kidnapping, in the plea bargain, court records said.

He is to be sentenced June 26.

According to a five-page complaint:

The victim, identified only by her initials, told investigators she had gone to Jamroz's home because she thought his granddaughter was there and she wanted to spend time with her.

Instead, Jamroz asked the victim to help him do some basement remodeling. The victim said Jamroz surprised her from behind by shocking her with a "homemade Taser with sharp probes," before he tied her wrists, knees and ankles with duct tape.

He ordered her to perform oral sex on him before telling the victim to send a test message to her mother and another person, claiming she was "leaving the area with Bob. … Jamroz told her he had not yet decided how long he intended to keep her but it might be awhile."

The victim said she was locked in the box and passed out "for an unknown period of time" before being able to break free from the shackles, in part with a nail she had grabbed during a struggle with Jamroz.

She was then able to force the lid off the box, use a hammer to pry open a locked basement door and escape from the home.

In September, Jamroz pleaded insanity in the incident and was examined by a psychologist, court records said.

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