Waushara County felonies reported

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

• Jessica S. McGuigan, 41, Wautoma, appeared in court on Feb. 28 for an initial appearance for three counts Battery or Threat to Judge, Prosecutor or Law Enforcement Officer, Resisting or Obstructing an Officer, Disorderly Conduct and two counts Bail Jumping-Misdemeanor. An adjourned initial appearance is scheduled for March 16. 

 

• Christopher A. Chopp, 50, Neshkoro, appeared in court on Feb. 28 for an initial appearance for Bail Jumping-Felony. He also appeared in court for a status conference for Battery and Disorderly Conduct. A plea/sentencing hearing is scheduled for April 10. 

• Aaron J. Bruce, 26, Wautoma, appeared in court on Feb. 28 for a sentencing on revocation hearing for Manufacture/Deliver THC (<=200g), Possess Drug Paraphernalia, Operate without Valid License (2nd within 3 years), and Theft-Movable Property <=$2,500. He received for Manufacture/Deliver THC (<=200g) and Possess Drug Paraphernalia: 1 year in Waushara County Jail, Huber privileges, good time credit, 82 days credit for time served, the Court does not object to the sentence being served in another jurisdiction, concurrent with any existing sentence, court costs reimposed to the extent not previously paid; for Operate without Valid License (2nd within 3 years): 5 days in Waushara County Jail, 4 days credit for time served,  time served sentence, court costs with 60 days to pay or payment plan; for Theft-Movable Property <=$2,500: 6 months in Waushara County Jail consecutive to any other sentence being served at the time of revocation, Huber privileges, good time credit, no credit for time served, no objection to the sentence being served in another jurisdiction, imposed/stayed, 1 year probation consecutive to Case No. 17CF123; conditions: no contact w/ Hancock Mini Mart, restitution in the amount of $30.39, 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 court costs with 60 days to pay or payment plan. 

• Kevin M. Birkhofer, 26, Hancock, appeared in court on Feb. 28 for a sentencing on revocation hearing for two counts Forgery-Uttering. He received 3.5 years imprisonment as to each count, concurrent, bifurcated, 18 months incarceration/24 months extended supervision, 120 days credit for time served; extended supervision conditions: $118 Restitution to be paid by no later than the first day of the first month 60 days following release from incarceration, 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, AODA and follow through, court costs reimposed to the extent not previously paid, eligible for Challenge Incarceration Program and Substance Abuse Program. 

• Joseph Steven Camp-shure, 38, Princeton, appeared in court on Feb. 28 for a plea/sentencing hearing for four counts Resisting or Obstructing an Officer, two counts Disorderly Conduct, seven counts Bail Jumping-Felony, Bail Jumping-Misdemeanor, Criminal Damage to Property and Battery by Prisoners. A sentencing hearing is scheduled for April 5. 

• Jeffrey M. Keddell, 60, Hanover, IL, appeared in court on Feb. 28 for an initial appearance for two counts Failure to Support Child (120 Days+). He also appeared in court for a payment hearing for Failure to Support Child (120 Days +). A plea/sentencing hearing is scheduled for April 3.

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