Former Beaver Dam Woman Makes Initial Appearance On Perjury Charges

12/27/17 – A former Beaver Dam woman who is facing felony charges for lying under oath made her initial appearance in court Tuesday. Tammy Ring of Sun Prairie was awarded $1,400 by a Dodge County judge last year because of lost wages stemming from an assault by a neighbor. The 48-year-old testified that she was fired from her waitressing job because of injuries sustained in the attack. Eva Loskot was convicted of misdemeanor Criminal Trespass and Disorderly Conduct after breaking into Rings apartment and punching her multiple times. Loskot was apparently upset that Ring placed a phone call to police that resulted in the arrest of Loskot’s boyfriend.  Rings former employer denied that she was terminated for her injuries and also refuted claims she made to the court about income. Ring’s manager told investigators that the amount of money she claimed to make from tips would only be possible by skimming money from the register, which is the reason the employer gave for Ring’s termination.  Ring, who only worked at the establishment for ten weeks, is also accused of inflating her salary by only providing pay stubs with high dollar amounts. If convicted, the Perjury charge carries a maximum prison sentence of six years. Signature bond was set at $1,000 and a preliminary hearing is scheduled for February 15.