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Wisconsin man who assaulted deer back in jail

A Superior man convicted of having sexual contact with a deer carcass is back in jail for a probation violation. Bryan Hathaway, 22, is accused of violating his probation when he entered the large-animal barn during the Head of the Lakes Fair on ...

A Superior man convicted of having sexual contact with a deer carcass is back in jail for a probation violation.

Bryan Hathaway, 22, is accused of violating his probation when he entered the large-animal barn during the Head of the Lakes Fair on Friday, according to a report filed by Superior Police Sgt. Chris Kirchoff.

Kirchoff was called to the fairgrounds by two Superior firefighters, Vern Johnson and Lane Halverson. They told the police sergeant they had been approached by a female who told them she saw Hathaway in the animal barn "staring at a cow" from behind a poster board, the report states.

The woman gave police a statement.

Kirchoff located Hathaway, who allegedly admitted he was in the cow barn and the barn with the rabbits and birds, and acknowledged it was a violation of his probation. Hathaway told Kirchoff he was looking for a friend.

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Hathaway allegedly offered Officer Gary Gothner money to take him home instead of to the jail.

This morning, Hathaway remains in the Douglas County Jail.

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