The following cases were closed in Waupaca County Circuit Court.
• A felony charge of taking a vehicle without the owner’s consent was dismissed outright against Levi T. Hardnett, 46, Weyauwega. His former girlfriend, Glenda Herrera, was charged with false swearing and obstructing an officer.
• Judge Raymond Huber sentenced Johnny Reyes Jr., 23, Florida City, Florida, to time served.
Reyes was convicted of fleeing an officer. He was arrested on Jan. 3 and remained in custody on a $3,000 cash bail after a pursuit through two counties that lasted 16 minutes and reached speeds exceeding 100 mph.
• Judge Vicki Clussman sentenced Dustin B. Hildebrand, 34, Weyauwega, to five years in state prison and five years of extended supervision.
Hildebrand was convicted of felony delivery of narcotics. Charges of possession of narcotics with intent to deliver and obstructing an officer were dismissed but read into the record for sentencing purposes.
• Huber sentenced John W. Nero, 40, Waupaca, to 36 months in prison and 30 months of extended supervision.
Nero was convicted of a sixth drunken driving offense and his probation revoked on a fifth drunken driving from 2011.
Nero was also ordered to pay $1,811 in fines and court costs and install an ignition interlock device on his vehicle. His license was revoked for 36 months.
• Judge Philip Kirk placed Jake T. Deboer, 20, Greenville, on three years of probation and ordered him to pay $3,030 in fines and court costs and perform 50 hours of community service.
Deboer was convicted of possession of felony delivery of marijuana, possession of marijuana with intent to deliver, possession of amphetamines, felony bail jumping and misdemeanor bail jumping in three separate criminal cases.
• Huber sentenced Dale A. Danielson, 62, Waupaca, to 12 months in jail, then stayed six months.
Danielson was convicted of a sixth drunken driving offense.
The judge also ordered him to pay $2,312 in fines and court costs and revoked his license for three years.
• Huber imposed and stayed a two-year prison sentence, then placed Daniel L. Nelson, 41, Redgranite Correctional Facility, on five years of probation. He also ordered Nelson to pay $15,194 in restitution and court costs.
Nelson was convicted of two counts of burglary. Two counts of burglary and three counts of theft were dismissed but read into the record.
At the time of his arrest in Waupaca County, Nelson was on extended supervision for a 2008 burglary conviction in Brown County that resulted in two years in prison and five years of supervision. His extended supervision was revoked in June 2014, and he was returned to prison.
• Kirk placed Brady R. Wenzel, 18, Clintonville, on two years probation with 30 days in jail.
Wenzel was convicted of illegal entry into a building, theft and criminal damage to property.
Kirk also ordered Wenzel to pay $5,000 in restitution and $939 in court costs.
• Huber sentenced Beatrice F. Valcourt, 51, Waupaca, to one year in jail with three years of probation.
Valcourt was convicted of a fifth drunken driving offense. A charge of operating while revoked was dismissed but read into the record.
Valcourt’s license was revoked for three years, and she was assessed $1,761.
• Clussman sentenced Angelina M. Magruder, 26, Marshfield, to time served and assessed $443 in court costs.
Magruder was arrested on Oct. 31, 2014, charged with aiding a felon and obstructing an officer, and remained in custody for 84 days on a $2,000 cash bail.
Magruder was convicted of the obstructing an officer charge, while the aiding a felon charge was dismissed by the prosecutor.
• Huber sentenced Joshua J. Fair, 21, Portage County jail, to time served.
Fair was convicted of misdemeanor battery, amended from felony battery by a prisoner, and for disorderly conduct and resisting an officer. Fair was a safekeeper inmate at the Waupaca County jail at the time he was charged.
• Huber sentenced Allen L. Taylor, 24, New London, to four months in jail with 30 months of probation.
Taylor was convicted of carrying a concealed weapon, felony and misdemeanor bail jumping, possession of non-narcotic drugs and possession of marijuana.
Charges of possession of a controlled substance, possession of a switchblade and multiple counts of felony and misdemeanor bail jumping were dismissed but read into the record.
• Kirk sentenced Jesse J. Rudolph, 27, Clintonville, to 125 days in jail, revoked his license for 36 months, ordered him to install an ignition interlock device on his vehicle and assessed him $2,240 in fines and court costs.
Rudolph was convicted of a fourth drunken driving offense.
• Kirk placed Erik A. Eskola, 21, Kenosha, on two years of probation, assessed him $971 in court costs, and ordered him to perform 50 hours of community service.
Eskola was convicted of felony bail jumping and theft. A charge of obstructing an officer was dismissed by the prosecution.