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Trial for prison chaplain accused of sexual assault of inmate

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OSHKOSH — A trial date has been set for an Oshkosh prison chaplain charged with sexually assaulting an inmate.

Jamyi Witch is scheduled to begin trial on May 8th. Witch is accused of sexually assaulting and drugging an inmate during a fake hostage situation in August.

Witch told officials the inmate wouldn’t let her out of her office, but court records show the two knew each other, and alleges they staged the incident.

Prosecutors say the two performed sexual acts in the office. Witch is on paid administrative leave.

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