Felonies reported in Waushara County

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

• James A. Pagenkopf, 60, appeared in court on May 17 for a sentencing hearing for 3rd Degree Sexual Assault and 2nd Degree Sexual Assault/Mentally Ill Victim. He received sentence withheld 4 years probation; conditions: 9 months in Waushara County Jail, Huber privileges, no good time credit, no credit for time served, to begin no later than July 1, sex offender treatment and follow through, Sex Offender Registry for 15 years after supervision completed, 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, and DNA sample and surcharge.
• Cyril W. Riemer, 56, Wild Rose, appeared in court on May 18 for a plea hearing for Capture an Intimate Representation, Pos-sess/Distribute/Exhibit an Intimate Representation, three counts Capture an Intimate Representation and five counts Bail Jumping-Misdemeanor. A sentencing hearing is scheduled for July 21.
• Robert M. Viau, 49, Hancock, appeared in court on May 18 for an adjourned initial appearance for Disorderly Conduct and Bail Jumping-Felony. A status conference is scheduled for June 14.
• Antoinette Marie Jessup, 42, Wautoma, appeared in court on May 18 for a plea/sentencing hearing for OWI (3rd with Passenger < 16 years old) and Operating with PAC-Passenger < 16 years (3rd). She received for OWI (3rd with Passenger < 16 years old): sentence withheld 2 years probation; conditions: 90 days in Waushara County Jail, Huber privileges, good time credit, 49 days credit for time served, sentence to commence forthwith, $2,500 fine, inclusive of costs with 60 days to pay or payment plan, $42.50 blood draw costs with 60 days to pay or payment plan, 4 years driver’s license revocation/3 years ignition interlock device, 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, DNA sample and surcharge.
• Jaclyn A. Zanto, 24, Wautoma, appeared in court on May 18 for a plea/sentencing hearing for Possession of Narcotic Drugs, Possession of THC (2nd + Offense), Possess Drug Paraphernalia and Bail Jumping-Felony. A plea/sentencing hearing is scheduled for June 20.

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