??Judge John Hoffmann sentenced Andrew E. Golla, 19, New London, to two years in state prison and three years of extended supervision.
Golla was convicted of two counts of burglary. Four more counts of burglary, five counts of theft and one count of criminal damage to property were dismissed but read into the court record for sentencing purposes.
Hoffmann also ordered that Golla have no contact with co-defendants Joshua Carpenter and Raquel Priewe, no contact with and write a letter of apology to his victims – Bear Creek Citgo, Fletch’s Corner Store, Northbound Trail Convenience Center and Northport BP – and pay $9,673 in restitution and court costs.
??Hoffmann placed Joshua J. Carpenter, 27, Shiocton, on two years’ probation and ordered him to pay $3,707 in restitution and court costs.
Carpenter was convicted of two counts of burglary. One more count of burglary, three counts of theft and one count of criminal damage to property were dismissed and read into the record.
??Michael R. Dzwonczyk, 25, currently residing at the Redgranite Correctional Institution, pleaded guilty to a felony charge of burglary. A misdemeanor charge of theft was dismissed and read into the record.
Judge Raymond Huber placed Dzwonczyk on 18 months’ probation and ordered him to spend six months in county jail.
As conditions of probation, Huber ordered Dzwonczyk to perform two hours of community service each week at a homeless shelter, food pantry or other facility that helps the poor. Dzwonczyk must also find full-time employment or work a minimum of 10 hours of community service per week. Huber also ordered Dzwonczyk to write a letter of apology to First United Methodist Church.
Dzwonczyk broke into the church and stole food and gift cards that were meant for families in need.
Dzwonczyk is currently serving a one-year prison sentence after being convicted of forgery uttering in Outagamie County.
??Michael M. McCann, 18, Waupaca, pleaded guilty to felony possession of marijuana with intent to deliver. Misdemeanor charges of possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia, and a felony charge of drug trafficking were dismissed but read into the record for sentencing purposes.
Judge Philip Kirk placed McCann on two years’ probation and ordered that the $720 that police seized at the time of McCann’s arrest would be applied to his court costs and fees.
Kirk ruled that McCann’s record will be expunged if he successfully completes probation.
??Elias R. Meyer, 18, New London, was convicted of possession of marijuana with intent to deliver and felony bail jumping. Charges of possession of narcotics, carrying a concealed weapon and possession of drug paraphernalia were dismissed and read into the record.
Kirk placed Meyer on three years’ probation with the conditions that he obtain a high school equivalency degree, not consume alcohol, not consume illegal drugs and not go onto any premises where illegal drugs may be present. He also ordered Meyer to serve one weekend in jail.
Meyer’s record will be expunged if he successfully completes probation.
??Katie M. Prokash, 27, Appleton, was convicted of resisting an officer, which was amended from operating a vehicle without the owner’s consent. Charges of lewd and lascivious behavior and disorderly conduct were dismissed and read into the court record for sentencing purposes.
Kirk placed Prokash on one year’s probation and ordered her to pay the victim’s $500 auto insurance deductible.
On Nov. 24, 2010, police found Prokash at a crash site in a Chevy pickup that had been reported stolen from Marion.
??Nicole L. Lind, 24, Waupaca, was convicted of two felony counts of forgery uttering and one misdemeanor count of worthless checks. Seven counts of forgery uttering were dismissed and read into the record.
Hoffmann imposed and stayed a two-year prison sentence, then placed Lind on four years’ probation. The judge ordered that she spend 12 months in jail as a condition of her probation, then stayed the last eight months for her agent to use if Lind fails to comply with her terms of probation.
Lind was ordered to pay more than $20,000 in restitution, maintain a full-time job and prohibited from having a checking account.