Former Dodge County Jail Worker Has Probation Revoked

2/14/17 – A former contract worker at the Dodge County Jail, convicted of having inappropriate contact with two inmates, will spend two more years behind bars after violating probation. Lori Larue was sentenced to seven months in jail in 2014 and had a prison sentence imposed and stayed pending successful completion of her five-year probation stint. Judge Brian Pfitzinger yesterday revoked the Beaver Dam woman’s probation and ordered her to spend two years in prison and three years under extended supervision. She was given over one year of pre-sentence credit. Investigators were notified in 2013 that a kitchen worker had multiple contacts with the inmates in the kitchen area. The 48-year-old Larue initially denied the accusations, claiming she had been assaulted and was afraid to report it. Phone records show dozens of calls by Larue to the inmates and the content of the calls were suggestive in nature.