Waushara County felonies from Sept. 14-19

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

• Kenyton J. Ross, 36, Boscobel, appeared in court on Sept. 14 for a sentencing hearing for Strangulation and Suffocation (with previous conviction), Battery and Criminal Damage to Property. He received for Strangulation and Suffocation: 75 months of imprisonment, bifurcated, 15 months incarceration/5 years extended supervision, no credit for time served; extended supervision conditions: 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, DAAP or Domestic Abuse related Anger Management Program and follow through and court costs with 60 days to pay or payment plan.

• Anthony Joseph Brad-ley, 19, Saxeville, appeared in court on Sept. 14 for a plea/sentencing hearing for Take/Drive Vehicle without Consent-Abandon Vehicle and Theft-Movable Property <=$2,500. He received for Take/Drive Vehicle without Consent-Abandon Vehicle: 6 months in Waushara County Jail, Huber privileges, good time credit, 6 days credit for time served; for Theft-Movable Property <=$2,500: 6 months in Waushara County Jail consecutive to count 1, imposed/stayed 2 years probation; conditions: $1,216.90 restitution to be repaid in monthly increments of no less than $100 starting Oct. 1, 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, to obtain high school equivalency degree, court costs with 60 days to pay or payment plan and DNA sample and surcharge.

• Charles N. Gonzales, 35, Redgranite, appeared in court on Sept. 14 for a probation review hearing for Battery and Disorderly Conduct. The court orders a probation extension of one year with Gonzales making monthly payments of no less than $300.

• Ronald L. Werdin, 61, Berlin, appeared in court on Sept. 14 for a probation review hearing for Reckless Driving-Cause Great Bodily Harm. The court orders a probation extension of two years with Werdin making monthly payment of $190. 

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• Dylan James Bortz, 24, Westfield, appeared in court on Sept. 15 for a plea hearing for 10 counts Burglary-Building or Dwelling and Criminal Damage to Property. A sentencing hearing is scheduled for Nov. 30. 

• Tobias L. Dankert, 33, Fox Lake, appeared in court on Sept. 15 for a plea/sentencing hearing for Theft-Moveable Property <=$2,500, Burglary-Building or Dwelling and Bail Jumping-Felony. He received for Burglary-Building or Dwelling: sentence withheld 4 years probation; conditions: 9 months in Waushara County Jail, 46 days credit for time served; complete GED or high school equivalency degree; restitution of $500-several liability order responsible for whole amount of restitution; court costs with 60 days to pay or payment plan; for Bail Jumping-Felony: 61 days in Waushara County Jail with 46 days credit for time served, equates time served sentence; court costs with 60 days to pay or payment plan; and DNA surcharge. 

• Aaron J. Bruce, 25, Wautoma, appeared in court on Sept. 18 for a plea/sentencing hearing for Manufacture/Deliver THC (<=200g), Possess Drug Paraphernalia and Bail Jumping-Misdemeanor. He received for Manufacture/Deliver THC (<=200g): sentence withheld 3 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, no contact with children under the age of 18 unless they are the biological children, court costs with 60 days to pay or payment plan; DNA sample and surcharge; for Bail Jumping-Misdemeanor: 9 months in Waushara County Jail, Huber privileges, good time, 52 days credit for time served, imposed/stayed, 1 year probation with conditions that mirror 17CF123 and 90 days in Waushara County Jail, Huber privileges, no good time credit, 52 days credit for time served, sentence to commence forthwith. 

• Levi Benjamin Hansen, 20, Poy Sippi, appeared in court on Sept. 18 for a motion hearing Deliver Schedule I or 2 Non-Narcotics. The court revoked Hansen’s work release for the duration of his sentence.

• William Edward Lemmon, 24, Berlin, appeared in court on Sept. 18 for a motion hearing for Manufacture/Deliver Heroin (<3g). The court revoked Lemmon’s work release for the duration of his sentence.

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