Waushara County felonies reported

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

Terome Antonio Thomp-son, 44, Milwaukee, appeared in court on March 14 for a plea/sentencing hearing for Battery, Disorderly Conduct-Domestic Abuse Repeater and Bail Jumping-Misdemeanor. He received for Disorderly Conduct-Domestic Abuse Repeater and Bail Jumping-Misdemeanor sentence with-held, 2 years probation; conditions for Count 2 only: 51 days in Waushara County Jail, 51 days credit for time served; conditions to all counts: no Contact with T. Robinson, counseling/treatment, court costs to be paid within 60 days or payment plan and DNA surcharge.

Derrick Michael John-son, 19, Manawa, appeared in court on March 14 for an initial appearance for Stalking, Criminal Trespass to Dwelling and Disorderly Conduct. A status conference is scheduled for April 5. 

John Dennis Buckley, 41, Fort Yakes, ND, appeared in court on March 14 for an initial appearance for Vehicle Operator Flee/Elude Officer. A status conference is scheduled for April 5. 

Jack A. Hintz, 48, Ne-koosa, appeared in court on March 16 for a motion hearing for Failure to Support Child (<120 Days) and two counts Failure to Support Child (120 Days +). A motion hearing is scheduled for April 18. 

Jessica S. McGuigan, 41, Wautoma, appeared in court on March 16 for an adjourned initial appearance for two counts Battery to Law Enforcement Officer, Threat to Law Enforcement Officer, Resisting an Officer, Disorderly Conduct and two counts Bail Jumping-Misdemeanor. A status conference is scheduled for April 27. 

Michael D. Wilson, 60, Fremont, appeared in court on March 16 for an initial appearance for 2nd Degree Recklessly Endangering Safety and Disorderly Conduct. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for April 5.

Blair L. Thompson, 68, Redgranite, appeared in court on March 16 for an initial appearance for Manufacture/Deliver Schedule I, II Narcotics, Possess with Intent/Deliver Narcotics and Maintain Drug Trafficking Place. A status conference is scheduled for April 24.

Jamal A. Pointer, 62, New London, appeared in court on March 16 for a sentencing on revocation hearing for Obstructing an Officer and Bail Jumping-Misdemeanor. He received for each count, 202 days in Waushara County Jail, Huber privileges, good time credit, concurrent to each other but consecutive to Outagamie Case 17CM955; 152 days credit for time served, court costs re-imposed to be paid within 60 days or payment plan.

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