Waushara County felonies reported

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

• Thomas R. Sagami, 33, Appleton, appeared in court on Feb. 19 for a plea/sentencing hearing for two counts Manufacture/Deliver Amphetamine (<=3g), Maintain Drug Trafficking Place, Possession of Narcotic Drugs, Possession of THC, Possess Drug Paraphernalia, Manufacture/Deliver Heroin (<3g) (Waupaca County Case), two count Bail Jumping Felony (Waupaca County Case), Bail Jumping-Felony (Portage County Case), two counts Obstructing an Officer (Portage County Case), Possession of Narcotic Drugs (Portage County Case), seven counts Bail Jumping Felony (Portage County Case) and Possess Fire Arm-Convicted of Felony (Portage County Case), four counts Bail Jumping Felony, Theft-Movable Property <=2,500, Burglary-Building or Dwelling and Take and Drive Vehicle without Consent. He received for one count Manufacture/Deliver Amphetamine (<=3g): 7 years in Wisconsin State Prison to be served as 4 year Initial Confinement and 3 year extended supervision; for Maintain Drug Trafficking Place: 3 years in Wisconsin State Prison to be served as 1 year Initial Confinement and 2 years Extended Supervision; for Manufacture/Deliver Heroin (<3g) (Waupaca County Case): 7 years Wisconsin State Prison to be served as 4 years Initial Confinement and 3 years Extended Supervision; for Obstructing an Officer (Portage County Case): sentence withheld and placed on probation for a period of 2 years; for Possession of Narcotic Drugs- (Portage County Case): 3 years Wisconsin State Prison to be served as 18 months Initial Confinement and 18 month Extended Supervision; for Obstructing an Officer (Portage County Case): sentence withheld and places on probation for a period of 2 years; ail Jumping-Felony- (Portage County Case): 3 years Wisconsin State Prison to be served as 18 months Initial Confinement and 18 months Extended Supervision; for Bail Jumping Felony (Portage County Case): 4 years Wisconsin State Prison to be served as 2 year Initial Confinement and 2 year Extended Supervision; for Burglary-Building or Dwelling: sentence withheld and places defendant on probation for a period of 4 years, consecutive to Count 2 of 16CF213; all prison sentences are concurrent to each other; probation sentences consecutive to Count 2 of 16CF213 but concurrent to each other; conditions of extended supervision on all counts: no contact with Joseph Guster, William Sentkowski, Jaclyn Zanto, Tracy Baker, Lisa Simmons, Wayne Jones, Frank Jones, and Terry and Sharon Patnode and/or any known drug users/dealers without prior agent approval, restitution to be determined at a restitution hearing, maintain absolute sobriety, not to be on the premises of any bars, not to possess or ingest any impairing substance unless prescribed by a physician, seek and maintain employment as required by a supervising agent, AODA and follow through with treatment or counseling as deemed appropriate, sign a release with the probation agent and primary care physician about the defendant being prescribed Vivitrol, obtain a technical school diploma during extended supervision; complete parenting programming directed by the supervising agent, court costs to be paid through DOC collection, DNA sample and surcharge to be assessed, eligible for the Challenge Incarceration Program and eligible for SAP but only after Aug. 19. A status conference scheduled for March 20.

• Andy J. Roxbury, 29, appeared in court on Feb. 19 for a waiver of preliminary hearing for Burglary-Building or Dwelling, Theft-Moveable Property <=$2,500 and Bail Jumping-Misdemeanor. A status conference will be held on March 20. 

• Demitria Jean Janes, 22, Berlin, appeared in court on Feb. 20 for an initial appearance for Possession of Narcotic Drugs and Possess Drug Paraphernalia. A status conference will be held on March 20. 

• Jeffrey Thomas Butter-field, 57, West Allis, ap-peared in court on Feb. 20 for an initial appearance for OWI (5th and 6th) and Resisting/Failing to Stop. A status conference is scheduled for April 10.     

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