Woman faces felony charges
Suspect accused of threatening social worker
Nikki Lee Dombrowski, 32, Wisconsin Rapids, is charged with felony threats to accuse of a crime, felony intimidation of a witness and harassment accompanied by threats.
On Dec. 20, 2021, Waupaca County Deputy Autumn Curtis spoke to a Portage County social worker who lives in the rural Waupaca area.
The social worker said she had been working with Dombrowski and one of her children since October 2019.
She showed curtis a post on what was reportedly Dombrowski’s Facebook page.
Under a photo of Dombrowski’s children was a comment posted by “Nikki Lee” that read “This poor soul won’t live long enough and hopefully her broken hearted death will be public enough to awaken everyone to the child trafficking s*** going on. Please, spread the word.”
Under the comment was a photo of the social worker that had been tagged to identify her.
According to the criminal complaint, the social worker said she was working with the courts in a case involving Dombrowski, who is currently on probation and living in Wood County.
Dombrowski has allegedly posted accusations on Facebook, accusing Department of Health and Human Services and the Child Protective Services in Portage County of aiding in child trafficking.
She faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted of felony intimidation.
Dombrowski is currently in Waupaca County jail on a probation hold.