Judge Philip Kirk placed Craig M. O’Leary, 54, Manawa, on two years’ probation.
O’Leary was convicted of four counts of disorderly conduct, two counts of misdemeanor bail jumping, one count of marijuana possession and one count of possession of drug paraphernalia. Two counts of felony bail jumping and one count of criminal trespass were dismissed and read into the court record.
O’Leary was also assessed $1,065 in fines and court costs.
?Lindsey K. Barrington, 29, Clintonville, was convicted Sept. 22 of multiple felonies and misdemeanors in four separate criminal cases.
She entered no-contest pleas to a fourth drunken driving offense, possession of marijuana with intent to deliver, two counts of felony bail jumping, three counts of misdemeanor bail jumping, one count of felony marijuana possession and one count of possession of a controlled substance.
Judge John Hoffmann sentenced Barrington to 150 days in jail for the drunken driving offense, revoked her license for 36 months and assessed her $2,243 in fines and court costs.
For all the other charges, Hoffmann placed her on three years’ probation.
?Hoffmann placed Scott R. Dachelet, 46, Larsen, on two years’ probation and ordered him to spend 30 days in jail. The judge also ordered Dachelet to pay $1,768 in restitution and $477 in court costs.
Dachelet was convicted on charges of violating a domestic abuse court order and disorderly conduct. Charges of battery, strangulation and bail jumping were dismissed but read into the court record.
?Judge Raymond Huber placed Derek S. Carley, 22, Marion, on one year’s probation after Carley entered a plea of no contest to disorderly conduct.
As a condition of probation, Huber ordered that Carley not possess or consume alcohol, and participate in any counseling recommended by his probation agent.