? Judge Philip Kirk sentenced Cody D. Christjohn, 21, Redgranite Correctional Institute, to two years in state prison and two years of extended supervision. He also ordered Christjohn to pay $7,385 in restitution and court costs.
Christjohn was convicted of burglary. with a charge of criminal damage to property dismissed and read into the record for sentencing purposes.
Christjohn was sentenced in June to five years in prison after being convicted of burglary in Langlade County, where he was ordered to pay $16,570 in restitution.
His Waupaca County prison term will be concurrent with his prior sentence.
? Judge John Hoffmann sentenced Barbara A. Boucher, 47, formerly of New London, to six months in jail.
Boucher was convicted of theft after her charge was amended from a felony to a misdemeanor.
In 2000, Boucher was sentenced to 10 years in prison in Milwaukee County.
Her parole status was revoked earlier this year and she is now residing at the Robert Ellsworth Correctional Center in Union Grove.
She is scheduled for release in May 2013. Her Waupaca County sentence will be served concurrently with her revocation.
? Judge Raymond Huber placed Allen L. Taylor, 22, Waupaca, on one year of probation and assessed him $243 in court costs.
Taylor was convicted of battery for a July incident, while charges of victim intimidation and disorderly conduct were dismissed and read into the record.
He was also convicted of battery from an incident in May. Charges of criminal trespass and disorderly conduct were dismissed and read into the record.
? Hoffmann placed Eric W. Ewert, 25, New London, on one year of probation and ordered him to pay $972 in restitution and court costs.
Ewert was convicted of theft. Charges of theft and felony bail jumping were dismissed and read into the record.
? Kirk placed Korrin E. Kupris, 41, on three years of probation.
Kupris was convicted of criminal damage to property, entry into a locked dwelling and theft.
Kupris, who was residing in Villa Park, Ill., at the time of her arrest in July, was held in custody on a $1,000 cash bond until her sentencing in October.
The victims in this case had been granted a restraining order against Kupris in 2009. She has been convicted multiple times for violating the injunction,
As a condition of her probation, Kirk ordered that she have no further contact with the victims.
? Kirk placed Corey A. Boehnlein, 24, Seymour, on two years of probation and ordered him to pay $268 in court costs.
Boehnlein was convicted of felony possession of marijuana with intent to deliver. Misdemeanor charges of possession of pot and drug paraphernalia were dismissed and read into the record.
? Huber stayed a 30-day jail sentence and placed Clayton H. West, 18, Clintonville, on one year of probation. West was also ordered to pay $268 in court costs.
West was convicted of possession of marijuana with intent to deliver. Eight other drug-related charges were dismissed and read into the record.
? Kirk placed David J. Puffe, 20, Menasha, on one year of probation and assessed him $455 in fines and court costs.
Puffe was convicted of possession of illegally obtained prescription drugs after the charge was amended from felony possession of narcotics. A charge of possession of drug paraphernalia was dismissed and read into the record.
? Hoffmann sentenced Robert M. Wollangk, 27, Waupaca, to 40 days in jail, then stayed 25 days under the waupaca County SSTOP program.
Wollangk was convicted of a third offense of operating with a controlled substance. Charges of possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia were dismissed and read into the record.
Hoffmann also revoked Wollangk’s license for 24 months, ordered him to install an ignition interlock on his vehicle for two years and pay $1,458 in fines and court costs.
? Huber ordered Gavin J. Gossett, 18, Appleton, to serve 50 hours of community service and pay $268 in court costs.
Gossett was convicted of possession of marijuana. Two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia were dismissed and read into the record.
? Hoffmann placed Jeffrey J. Douglas, 38, Iola, on three years probation and ordered him to pay a total of $9,558 in restitution and court costs and serve six months in jail as a condition of probation.
Douglas was convicted of burglary and felony bail jumping in two separate criminal cases. Charges of burglary and theft were dismissed and read into the record.
He was found guilty of stealing batteries, radiators and other iterms from an Iola scrapyard.
? Justin E. Panus, 25, New London, appeared in court in October for sentencing on three different criminal cases.
In May 2011, Panus was charged with two counts of false imprisonment, one count of reckless endangerment and one count of kidnapping through deceit.
All four felony counts were dismissed and read into the record.
In September 2011, Panus was charged with felony bail jumping. He entered a plea of no contest in June 2012.
In October 2011, Panus was charged with two counts of felony bail jumping. He pleaded guilty to one of the counts, and the second count was dismissed and read into the record.
Kirk imposed and stayed a nine-month jail sentence on both counts, placed Panus on three years of probation with the condition that he serve four months in jail and then stayed 90 days of that sentence.
? Hoffmann placed Mario A. Clumpner, 32, New London, on three years probation and stayed a sentence of 120 days in jail.
Clumpner was convicted of delivery of cocaine after selling the drug to a police informant.
Hoffmann also ordered Clumpner to pay back the $2,000 that he received in buy money.