No Change In Bail For Lomira Woman Charged In Connection With Child’s Death

(Lomira) There was no change in bail for a Lomira woman charged in connection with the death of her three-year-old child. A motion hearing was held Tuesday for Jamie Hildebrandt to modify her bail after cash bond was set at $100,000 during her initial appearance last month. Judge Steven Bauer ruled that the cash bail is reasonable and denied the motion. Hildebrandt is facing a felony count of Neglecting a Child – Consequence is Death. Deputies with the Dodge County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to 725 Railroad Street in Lomira around 7pm March 6th for a report of a child who was not showing any signs of life. An autopsy was conducted Monday and concluded that there were multiple blunt force injuries to the child’s head, chest, back and upper and lower extremities. It also found that there was hemorrhaging between the skull and scalp. When Hildebrandt was interviewed, she at first denied her involvement and reportedly attempted to accuse others of being responsible for the child’s injuries. After being taken into custody for the child’s death, Hildebrandt allegedly admitted to accidently stepping on her son. According to the criminal complaint, Hildebrandt said she laid the child on the bathroom floor and forgot he was there when getting more diapers. Hildebrandt also allegedly admitted to using make-up to cover the child’s injuries. When asked why she didn’t call 911 after the incident, Hildebrandt reportedly said that she believed the child was okay. If convicted, the 32-year-old faces no more than 25-years in prison. A judge will decide next month if there is enough evidence to order a trial.