Preliminary hearing offers more details as Rhinelander meth case moves forward

RHINELANDER - The case against a 38-year-old Rhinelander woman facing several meth charges will move forward.

Prosecutors believe Jaime Rickert helped buy material for the production of methamphetamine and then helped cook that methamphetamine at her downtown Rhinelander apartment. Rickert faces five felony charges, including manufacturing and delivering amphetamine, knowingly possessing methamphetamine waste, and possessing methamphetamine precursors.

Investigators say Rickert and 40-year-old Michael Steinmetz, Jr. took part in the meth-making process. Thirty-six-year-old Crystal Schirmacher, 35-year-old Jesus Fernandez, and 47-year-old Carrie Steinmetz also face charges for allegedly purchasing material used to make meth.

Full story: WJFW

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