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Solon Springs woman faces charges in after-bar disturbance

A Solon Springs woman accused of jumping into bed with a stranger's husband while drunk has made an initial appearance in Douglas County Circuit Court.

A Solon Springs woman accused of jumping into bed with a stranger's husband while drunk has made an initial appearance in Douglas County Circuit Court.

Courtney DeMay Missinne, 36, faces one misdemeanor count of disorderly conduct.

According to the criminal complaint:

Missinne was dropped off at a Maple residence at about 5 a.m. The woman who lived there knew who Missinne was because the woman tends bar in Solon Springs and has met Missinne a couple times. The woman allowed Missinne to stay at her house because she was too intoxicated to take care of herself. She told the Solon Springs woman she could stay as long as she didn't wake the children.

A short time later, Missinne jumped into bed with the Maple woman's husband and tried kissing him, but he threw her off. The disturbance woke the couple's children and Missinne began yelling at them.

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When Douglas County Deputy Robert Smith got to the house, he found Missinne was extremely intoxicated. He stated in his report that she was making no sense whatsoever and would not leave the house. She was arrested for disorderly conduct.

A $300 signature bond was ordered, with the condition that Missinne not consume or possess alcohol and have no contact with the Maple woman or her residence. Her next court appearance is Sept. 22.

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