? Lee C. Larson, 26, New London, was convicted of three counts of sex with a child over 16 and two counts of exposing genitals to a child. Three felony counts of child enticement were dismissed and read into the court record for sentencing purposes. A charge of third-degree sexual assault was dismissed by the prosecutor.
Judge Raymond Huber sentenced Larson to one year in state prison on each count to be served consecutively for a total of five years.
In December 2003, Larson was convicted of second-degree sexual assault of a child and sentenced to two years in prison and seven years of extended supervision.
? Judge Philip Kirk sentenced Kyle T. Wagner, 19, Waupaca, to nine months in jail with work release privileges after revoking his probation.
Wagner was convicted of three counts of theft in December 2010 and placed on two years of probation. Two counts of burglary and one count of taking a vehicle without the owner’s consent were dismissed and read into the record.
On the same day that his probation was revoked, Wagner appeared before Kirk to enter pleas in two other criminal cases. In one case, Wagner was convicted of escape from custody, while charges of battery of an officer and resisting an officer were dismissed and read into the record. In the second case, Wagner was convicted of escape and a resisting charge was dismissed and read into the record.
? Kristan R. Stopczynski, 25, Stoughton, was convicted of possession of an illegally obtained prescription. A charge of possession of a controlled substance was dismissed and read into the record.
Kirk imposed and stayed a 30-day sentence in jail and placed Stopczynski on one year of probation.
? Andrew P. Jones, 22, Fremont, was convicted of felony delivery of marijuana.
Judge John Hoffmann placed Jones on two years of probation and sentenced him to 10 days in jail.
? James D. Dax, 56, rural New London, was convicted of two counts of disorderly conduct. The prosecution dismissed a felony charge of cruelty to animals.
Huber assessed Dax $731 in fines and court costs.
On Sept. 13, 2009, Dax’s neighbors complained to police that he had shot their dog. Dax told police the dog had taken one of his chickens.
? Dennis R. McCauley Sr., 49, Hartford, was convicted of disorderly conduct. The prosecutor dismissed a felony charge of physical abuse of a child.
Huber assessed McCauley $534 in fines and court costs and ordered him to have no contact with the victim for two years.
? Jesse J. Kabble, 24, New London, was convicted of criminal damage to property. A felony count of reckless endangerment and a disorderly conduct charge were dismissed and read into the record.
Kirk placed Kabble on six months of probation and ordered him to pay $174 in restitution plus court costs.