• Judge Philip Kirk sentenced Michael A. Kallas, 18, New London, to two years in prison and three years of extended supervision.
Kallas was convicted of two counts of felony bail jumping. Charges of possession of drug paraphernalia and misdemeanor bail jumping were dismissed and read into the record. His probation on prior drug-related convictions was also revoked.
• Kirk sentenced Dillan J. Young, 22, New London, to two years in prison and four years of extended supervision.
Young was convicted of burglary and felony bail jumping from a March 20 offense. Charges of theft and illegal possession of prescription drugs were dismissed and read into the record. He was also convicted of possession of narcotics from a September 2013 case.
• Kirk sentenced Kendell J. Gaetz, 20, Wisconsin Rapids, to six months in jail and ordered him to pay $1,592 in restitution and $686 in court costs.
Gaetz was convicted of lewd and lascivious behavior and disorderly conduct from a Feb. 28 incident, criminal damage to property from a March 26 incident and resisting and disorderly conduct from a June 25 incident. Charges of substantial harm to an officer, battery to an officer, two counts of spitting at an officer, tampering with a fire alarm and disorderly conduct were dismissed but read into the record for sentencing purposed.
During the nearly six months that Gaetz was a Wood County Safekeeper inmate at the Waupaca County jail, five felony and two misdemeanor cases were filed against him.
• Kirk placed Mitchell R. Stoltz, 19, Stevens Point on two years of probation and ordered him to pay $1,443 in restitution and court costs.
Stoltz was convicted of tampering with a fire alarm, disorderly conduct and a misdemeanor charge of battery amended from a felony charge.
• Kirk dismissed all charges against Stephanie L. Feavel, 30, Seymour. Feavel was pulled over on June 11, and police reported finding small amounts of marijuana and prescription drugs in her purse. Her defense counsel asked the court to suppress the evidence collected during the traffic stop.
• Kirk placed Jeremy R. Buhrow, 31, Ripon, on two years of probation and ordered him to pay $8,754 in restitution and court costs.
Buhrow was convicted of substantial battery. A charge of resisting an officer was dismissed and read into the record.
Deputies arrested Buhrow after seeing him punch a woman at an area campground. The woman was taken to a hospital for treatment of her injuries, which included a broken nose.
• Kirk placed Lucas G. Weber, 26, Clintonville, on two years of probation, sentenced him to 20 days in jail and ordered him to pay $1,625 in restitution and court costs.
Weber was convicted of theft and criminal damage. A felony burglary charge was dismissed but read into the record.
• Judge Raymond Huber placed Jesse J. Wohlrabe, 28, Neenah, on 18 months of probation.
Wohlrabe was convicted of theft, criminal damage to property and illegal entry into a building, which was amended from a felony burglary charge.
• Kirk imposed and stayed a sentence of 18 months in prison, then placed Christopher Scotto, 32, New London, on three years of probation. He also ordered Scotto to pay $5,522 in restitution and court costs.
In two separate cases, Scotto was convicted of felony theft and taking a vehicle without the owner’s consent. Charges of felony child abuse, battery, possession of a controlled substance and two counts of misdemeanor theft were dismissed but read into the record.
• Huber sentenced William J. Sanders, 32, Waupaca, to two years in prison after revoking his probation on two prior felony convictions.
In September 2013, Sanders was placed on probation after being convicted of substantial battery. He was later convicted of felony bail jumping and placed on probation in January 2014.
In September 2014, Sanders was charged with a fifth drunken driving offense.
• Huber placed Timothy J. Wickman, 47, Manawa, on five years of probation, ordered him to serve 14 days in jail and register as a sex offender.
Wickman was convicted of third-degree sexual assault and felony bail jumping. Charges of misdemeanor battery, disorderly conduct and violating a domestic abuse order were dismissed but read into the record.
• Kirk sentenced David J. Van, 32, New London, to 18 months in state prison and 18 months of extended supervision.
Van was convicted of felony intimidation of a witness and misdemeanor battery as acts of domestic abuse. A disorderly conduct charge was dismissed and read into the record.
• Huber assessed Jeremy J. Pomerenke, 37, Ogdensburg, $243 in court costs after Pomerenke pleaded no contest to disorderly conduct. Charges of stalking and unlawful use of a phone were dismissed and read into the record.
• Kirk placed Isaiah Frederick Sommer, 24, Plainfield, on 12 months of probation and assessed him $696 in court costs.
Sommer was convicted of theft and misdemeanor entry into a building, amended from felony burglary.