Felonies reported in Waushara County

The Waushara County felonies as recorded from the Waushara County Courthouse are as follows:

• Thomas M. Falesnik, Jr., 49, Wautoma, appeared in court on Dec. 6 for a sentencing hearing for Battery, Disorderly Conduct and Bail Jumping-Misdemeanor. He received sentence withheld 3 years probation; conditions for Battery: 100 days in Waushara County Jail, with Huber privileges, no good time credit, 3 days credit for time served, to begin no later than Feb. 1; Conditions on all counts: anger management and follow through, AODA and follow through, must maintain absolute sobriety, may not be present upon the premises of any bars, is prohibited from possessing/ingesting any impairing substances that have not been prescribed by a physician, no violent and/or confrontational contact with DH; court costs to be paid within 60 days or payment plan, with bond on file applied and DNA surcharge.

• Troy Evan Bohlmann, 52, Reedsburg, appeared in court on Dec. 6 for a plea/sentencing hearing for Possession of THC and Possess Drug Paraphernalia. He received sentence withheld and 2 years probation; conditions: AODA and follow through, must maintain absolute sobriety, may not be present upon the premises of any bars, is prohibited from possessing/ingesting any impairing substances that have not been prescribed by a physician, court costs to be paid within 60 days or payment plan; may petition the court for early termination after 18 months; and DNA sample and surcharge.

• Marcques R. Lehouil-lier, 19, Hancock, appeared in court on Dec. 6 for a final pretrial for Bail Jumping-Felony, two 2nd Degree Sexual Assault, 1st Degree Sexual Assault, Intimidate Victim/Threaten Force, etc., and Bail Jumping-Felony. A motion hearing is scheduled for Dec. 28.

• Ronald R. Allen, 47, Oshkosh, appeared in court on Dec. 7 for a sentencing hearing for a sentencing hearing for 31 counts Possession of Child Pornography. He received for four counts: 13 years Wisconsin State Prison to be served as 6 years initial confinement and 7 years extended supervision concurrent to each other and concurrent to any sentence the defendant is currently serving, 221 days credit for time served; condition: Sex Offender Registry, Sex Offender Treatment, no contact with anyone under the age of 18 years of age unless in the immediate presence of a parent or guardian, no possession or use of electronics that has the ability to access the Internet, AODA and follow through, must maintain absolute sobriety, may not be present upon the premises of any bars, is prohibited from possessing/ingesting any impairing substances that have not been prescribed by a physician, court csts to include pornographic surcharge and DNA surcharge to be paid within 60 days or payment plan, ineligible for Challenge Incarceration and Substance Abuse Programs.

• Travis Earl Collins, 25, Coloma, appeared in court on Dec. 7 for a sentencing hearing for Vehicle Operator Flee/Elude Officer, two counts Bail Jumping-Felony, two counts Bail Jumping-Misdemeanor, Criminal Damage to Property and Disorderly Conduct. He received for Vehicle Operator Flee/Elude Officer: 4 years Wisconsin State Prison to be served as 2 years Initial Confinement and 2 years Extended Supervision, concurrent any existing sentence and not limited to Adams County 16CF6; 183 days credit for time served, eligible for Challenge Incarceration and Substance Abuse Programs; for Criminal Damage to Property: sentence withheld and 1 year probation consecutive to 16CF171 and concurrent to any other sentence; conditions of extended supervision and probation: restitution of $419.02, court costs to be paid within 60 days or payment plan with bond applied, no contact with AF, Flyte Fieldstone Property, and/or RJ, AODA and follow through, must maintain absolute sobriety, may not be present upon the premises of any bars, is prohibited from possessing/ingesting any impairing substances that have not been prescribed by a physician, and DNA sample and surcharge assessed.

• Jesse J. Everson, 34, Wild Rose, appeared in court on Dec. 7 for a hearing for OWI (5th) and Operating with PAC (5th). The court amended the Judgement of Conviction and imposes a 24-month period or revocation with credit for the time imposed from Feb. 13, 2015, conviction date.

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