Waushara County lists felonies

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

•Michael Joseph Botelho, 27, Redgranite, appeared in court on March 7 for a plea/sentencing hearing for Manufacture/Deliver Heroin (< 3g). A plea/sentencing hearing is scheduled for April 7.

•Joanna J. Lopes, 33, Berlin, appeared in court on March 7 for a hearing for 2nd-Degree Recklessly Endangering Safety and OWI (2nd). A status conference is scheduled for April 7.

•Jay A. Becker, 58, Wild Rose, appeared in court on March 7 for an initial appearance for Burglary-Building or Dwelling and Criminal Damage to Property. An adjourned initial appearance is scheduled for March 21.

•Kimberly L. Garza, 36, Arkdale, appeared in court on March 7 for an initial appearance for two counts of Misappropriate ID Info-Obtain Money. An adjourned initial appearance is scheduled for March 21.

•Joseph S. Malec, 45, Coloma, appeared in court on March 7 for an initial appearance for Manufacture/Deliver THC (<=200g), Manufacture/Deliver THC (>200-1,000g), Maintain Drug Trafficking Place and Possess/Illegally Obtained Prescription. A status conference is scheduled for April 11.

•Sarah A. Bertzyk, 30, Wautoma, appeared in court on March 7 for an initial appearance for two counts Manufacture/Deliver Heroin (< 3g). A status conference is scheduled for March 21.

•Nicholas Steven Voskuil, 26, Wisconsin Rapids, appeared in court on March 7 for a plea/sentencing hearing for Possession of THC and Possession Drug Paraphernalia. He received for 235: sentence withheld to each charge, 18 months probation; conditions include: 30 days conditional Waushara County Jail as to Count 1 only, no good time credit, to report by May 1, work release, must maintain absolute sobriety, may not be present upon the premises of any bars and is prohibited from possessing/ingesting any impairing substances that have not been prescribed by a physician, AODA and any follow through as recommended, DNA sample and surcharged, court costs with 60 days to pay or payment plan, blood draw fee, 6 months driver’s license revocation, OWI Assessment prior to relicensing.

•Cody Ray Rehwinkel, 32, Plainfield, appeared in court on March 8 for a bail/bond hearing for Fail/Report to County Jail (10 Days +). An initial appearance is scheduled for March 21.

•Kristofer K. Ondrejka, 38, Green Lake, appeared in court on March 8 for a plea/sentencing hearing for Vehicle Operator Flee/Elude Officer, Forgery-Uttering, Resisting or Obstructing an Officer, Possession of Narcotic Drugs and Possess/Illegally Obtained Prescription. He received for Vehicle Operator Flee/Elude Officer: 3 years Wisconsin State Prison to be served as 1 year 6 months incarceration, 1 year 6 months extended supervision, concurrent to any sentence currently serving, 242 days credit for time served; Forgery-Uttering: sentence withheld 2 years probation, consecutive to other sentences; Possession of Narcotic Drugs: 3 years in Wisconsin State Prison to be served as 1 year 6 months incarceration and 1 year 6 months extended supervision, concurrent with other sentence and any other sentence currently serving, 242 days credit for time served; conditions of extended supervision and probation: absolute sobriety, not to be on the premises of any bars, AODA and follow through, maintain full-time employment, court costs to be paid through DOC collections, DNA sample and surcharge, eligible for the Challenge Incarceration Program and Substance Abuse Program.

•Brett Alan Williams, 24, Ripon, appeared in court on March 9 for a sentencing hearing for Manufacture/Deliver Heroin (< 3g), Bail Jumping-Felony and Bail Jumping-Misdemeanor. He received sentence withheld 3 years probation; conditions: 6 months in Waushara County Jail, Huber privileges, good time credit, no credit for time served to begin no later than May 1, 2017, no contact with co-defendants, 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, full-time employment, court costs to be paid within 60 days or payment plan, DNA sample already on file but surcharge to be assessed.

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