The following criminal cases were recently resolved in Waupaca County Circuit Court.
• Judge Raymond Huber sentenced Domingo Duenez Rodriguez, 51, Clintonville, to 12 years in state prison and 10 years of extended supervision.
Duenez Rodriguez was convicted of second-degree sexual assault of a child. He was initially charged with eight felony counts in a sex crimes case involving a girl who was 11 years old at the time the crimes began, according to the criminal complaint.
Duenez Rodriguez has been in custody on a $25,000 cash bond since he was charged on March 19.
• Huber sentenced Jeremy J. Roe, 41, Waupaca, to five years in state prison and three years of extended supervision.
Over a 10-month period ending in May, prosecutors filed eight separate felony cases against Roe. He was convicted of felon in possession of a firearm, possession of a switchblade knife, carrying a concealed weapon, a seventh drunken driving offense, operating after revocation, burglary of a cargo truck, burglary of a dwelling and multiple counts of felony and misdemeanor bail jumping.
Huber also assessed Roe nearly $20,000 in restitution, fines and court costs.
• Judge Philip Kirk dismissed without prejudice a felony charge of receiving stolen property against Ryan W. Thompson, 39, Waupaca.
Dismissed without prejudice means that prosecutors may pursue the case against Thompson at a later date without risking double jeopardy.
Thompson was accused of receiving stolen weapons from David Cole, who was charged in June with five burglaries in Waupaca County.
• Kirk placed Sara J. Immel, 24, New London, on two years of probation.
Immel was convicted of possession of narcotics and possession of illegally obtained prescription drugs. Two counts of illegal delivery of narcotics were dismissed but read into the court record for sentencing purposes.
She was also convicted of felony bail jumping for a June 2014 incident. A charge of obstructing an officer was dismissed but read into the record.
• Kirk placed Zachery T. Smith, 22, Weyauwega, on three years of probation. He sentenced Smith to 30 days in jail, then stayed 28 days.
Smith appeared in court for sentencing on four separate criminal cases filed between Jan. 7 and July 10.
He was convicted of felony theft, misdemeanor theft and misdemeanor bail jumping. Charges of credit card theft, misdemeanor theft, felony possession of narcotics and bail jumping were dismissed and read into the record.
• Kirk sentenced Lance H. Lecher, 34, Milwaukee, to one year and six months in state prison and two years of extended supervision.
Lecher was convicted of operating while intoxicated with a minor passenger and felony possession of marijuana with intent to deliver. Charges of felony marijuana possession and possession of drug paraphernalia were dismissed but read into the record.
• Huber placed Joshua A. Coel, 21, Appleton, on 18 months of probation with the condition that he have no contact with juvenile females.
Coel was convicted of felony child neglect that resulted in bodily harm.
• Kirk sentenced David A. Newling, 30, formerly of Waupaca, to 30 days in county jail.
Newling was convicted of misdemeanor retail theft. A charge of felony bail jumping was dismissed but read into the record.
Newling recently started serving a 120-day sentence for felony retail theft in Outagamie County, where he also faces a new charge of failure to report to jail.
Newling was charged again in Waupaca County with misdemeanor theft on Sept. 4.
• Kirk sentenced Steven L. Noak, 32, Shawano, to 60 days in jail, then stayed 58 days and placed him on two years of probation.
Noak was convicted of possession of marijuana with intent to deliver.
• Huber placed Amanda S. Hanstad, 28, Weyauwega, on two years of probation.
She was convicted of operating a vehicle without the owner’s consent (joyriding) and misdemeanor theft. Charges of forgery and misdemeanor bail jumping were dismissed and read into the record.