??Judge Raymond Huber assessed Daniel L. Gorges, 35, New London, $425 in fines and court costs after convicting him of disorderly conduct. Charges of battery and child abuse were dismissed but read into the court record.
??John P. Brush, 31, New London, entered pleas of guilty to disorderly conduct and criminal damage to property. Charges of violating a restraining order and felony bail jumping were dismissed but read into the record. Judge Philip Kirk placed Brush on two years of probation and ordered him to pay $496 in fines and court costs.
??Judge John Hoffmann placed Robert L. Wohlrabe Jr., 33, New London, on one year of probation after convicting him of failure to pay child support. Hoffmann ordered Wohlrabe to pay $323 per month in child support and $100 per months toward his arrears.
??Mario G. Vega, 40, Hortonville, pleaded no contest to stalking after the charge was amended from third-degree sexual assault. Judge Hoffmann placed Vega on three years of probation with the conditions that he pay $646 in restitution and $333 in court costs. The judge also prohibited Vega from possessing alcohol or illegal substances while on probation.
??Judge Hoffmann placed Brandon S. Dietz, 18, Rosholt, on one year of probation after accepting his plea of no contest to a misdemeanor charge of theft. A felony charge of operating a vehicle without the owner’s consent was dismissed but read into the record. Hoffmann ordered Dietz to pay $1,157 in court costs and restitution.
??Carlos A. Benavides, 19, Waupaca, pleaded guilty to a charge of failure to report to jail. Judge Hoffmann stayed a 30-day jail sentence and placed him on one year of probation with the condition that he obtain a high school equivalency degree and maintain either full-time employment or full-time education.
??Judge Huber sentenced Arnold R. Hedtke, 21, Weyauwega, to five years in state prison and six years of extended supervision. Hedtke was convicted of burglary and operating a vehicle without the owner’s consent. Charges of child abuse, battery, strangulation and obstructing an officer were dismissed but read into the court record. The prosecutor dismissed a charge of second-degree sexual assault.
??Judge Huber sentenced Christopher L. Immel, 28, New London, to two years in prison and two years of extended supervision for failure to report to the county jail. Immel’s Waupaca County sentence is to be served concurrent with the three-year sentence he is currently serving for a felony drunken driving conviction in Forest County.