? Waupaca County Circuit Court Judge Philip Kirk sentenced Kyle T. Wagner, 20, to three years in prison and two years extended supervision.
Wagner was convicted of felony escape from a June 12 incident. A charge of resisting an officer was dismissed and read into the record for sentencing purposes. He was also convicted of felony escape from a June 13 incident, with charges of battery to an officer and resisting dismissed and read in. A charge of taking a vehicle without consent, which stemmed from a Sept. 5 incident, was also dismissed, but he was convicted on a bail jumping charge.
Kirk also ordered Wagner to pay $1,639 in restitution, made him eligible for the challenger incarceration program and gave him credit for the 143 days he already spent in jail.
? Judge John Hoffmann placed Joshua A. Collins, 21, Waupaca, on two years of probation and ordered him to serve two years of probation and serve 80 hours of community service.
Collins was convicted of felony child abuse, while charges of sexual assault of a child and sexual assault of an unconscious victim were dismissed and read into the record. Collins was not required to register as a sex offender.
Hoffmann also placed Collins on one year of probation as a result of a conviction of credit card fraud. Two counts of felony bail jumping and another count of credit card fraud were dismissed and read in.
? Hoffmann placed Eric J. Wierzchowski, 23, Waupaca, on three years probation. The judge also ordered Wierzchowski to spend six months in jail and register as a sex offender. As conditions of his probation, Wierzchowski is not allowed to visit parks, schools, day cares or malls. He is prohibited from having unsupervised contact with minors.
Wierzchowski was convicted of one count each of sexual assault of a child and causing a child to view sexual activity. Charges of indecent exposure and exposing a child to harmful materials were dismissed and read in.
Wierzchowski was accused of having a relationship with a girl who was age 15 at the time and of sending pornographic photos of himself to her via his cellphone.
? Assistant District Attorney James Fassbender moved to dismissed two felony counts of providing a weapon to a minor that had been filed against Sean C. Crews, 27, Weyauwega.
On June 6, Crews was accused of robbing a New London man at gunpoint while they were sitting in a car in Royalton.
On June 23, Assistant District Attorney Vicki Clussman moved to dismiss the charges against Crews after the alleged victim failed to appear at the preliminary hearing because he had moved to another state.
On June 24, prosecutors charged Crews with two counts of providing a weapon to a minor. When police took Crews into custody after he was accused of armed robbery, they found photos on Crews’ cellphone of a 5-year-old boy holding a shotgun and a revolver.
Crews’ attorney, Troy Nielsen, argued for the suppression of the evidence because there was no record of an application for a search warrant, and the charges were dismissed.
? Judge Raymond Huber placed Jody J. Kieliszewski, 18, Rosholt, on three years probation and ordered him to serve 150 hours of community service and pay $579 in restitution jointly with Brandon Dietz, 18, Rosholt.
Kieliszewski was convicted of one count of burglary. Two more counts of burglary, three counts of theft and one count of criminal damage to property were dismissed and read into the record.
Kieliszewski was involved in the burglary spree that hit Northland Lutheran Church and Schmidt’s Corners in the Iola area and the Country Inn near Waupaca.
? Huber placed Jamie L. Waterhouse, 24, New London on three years of probation and ordered her to pay $1,500 in restitution plus $690 in court costs and fees. Waterhouse was convicted of one count of forgery uttering.
? Hoffmann imposed and stayed a 30-day jail sentence, then placed Ronald J. Dent, 54, New London, on one year of probation and assessed him $343 in court costs.
Dent was convicted of disorderly conduct in a domestic abuse incident. Charges of battery and intimidation of a victim were dismissed and read into the record.
? Kirk placed Cortland S. Watters, 19, Clintonville, on one year probation and ordered him to pay $486 in court costs and $2,183 in restitution jointly with Joseph Scott and Payton Meloy.
Watters was convicted of disorderly conduct for an Aug. 29 incident, with a misdemeanor bail jumping charge dismissed and read in. He was also convicted of a misdemeanor count of theft that was amended from a felony burglary charge for a June 26 incident.
? Hoffmann placed Preston T. Harris-Cook, 18, New London, on two years probation and assessed him $692 in court costs.
Harris-Cook was convicted of one misdemeanor count of battery, which had been amended from felony child abuse, and disorderly conduct. Charges of possession of drug paraphernalia and felony bail jumping were dismissed and read in.
? Huber placed Jeffrey J. Lewicki, 41, Waupaca, on one year of probation and ordered him to pay $40 in restitution and $352 in court costs.
Lewicki was convicted of misdemeanor theft, which was amended from felony forgery.
? Kirk placed Ethan B. Proctor, 17, New London, on 18 months of probation after finding him guilty of battery and disorderly conduct.
Proctor was also ordered to pay $15,826 in restitution jointly with Dylan R. Postel, then reduced all but $2,500 of the amount to a civil judgment.