Woman who allegedly hid gun under car after Appleton bar fight charged

Incident led to fatal officer-involved shooting

APPLETON, Wis. -

An Oshkosh woman was back in court Thursday on charges stemming from shots fired at Jack's Apple Pub.

28 year old Dree Sullivan was accused of hiding the gun after the May 21 incident in downtown Appleton.  There was a fight at the bar, which lead-up to an officer-involved shooting that left Jimmie Sanders of Milwaukee dead.

Sullivan was charged with harboring or aiding a felon.  She is the girlfriend of Henry Nellum who was also charged in the case.

Court documents indicate in the early morning hours of May 21st an argument broke out between Nellum and Leander Moffitt inside Jack's Apple Pub and a shot was fired.  According to the criminal complaint, that was when Sullivan took the gun from Nellum and hid it under her car.

Thursday District Attorney Carrie Schneider said prosecutors continue to investigate.

"We're still waiting for some testing to happen with the crime lab and as soon as we get those results, we'll keep moving on our case," She said.  "We've had daily contact with them, sometimes multiple times in one day this week and as soon as we hear back from them that will kind of continue our investigation."

Sullivan's attorney was not with her in court Thursday.  She has another appearance set for June 8.

Sullivan's boyfriend is charged with attempted first degree intentional homicide along with other serious charges. 

 

 

 

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