Recent convictions, sentencing and dismissals from felony cases in Waupaca County Circuit Court.
• Judge Philip Kirk sentenced Stephanie R. Tankersley, 25, Waupaca, to three years in prison and five years of extended supervision.
In three separate felony cases, Tankersley was convicted of delivery of heroin, felony bail jumping and identity theft. Charges of posession of narcotics and felony bail jumping were dismissed but read into the court record for sentencing purposes.
• Judge Raymond Huber sentenced Brittany K. Durrant, 28, Waupaca, to three years in prison and four years of extended supervision. He also ordered her to pay $1,935 in court costs and restitution for the money police used to buy heroin from her.
In three separate felony cases, Durrant was convicted of three counts of delivery of heroin, one count of drug trafficking and one count of possession of narcotics. Four counts of delivery of heroin and one count of child neglect were dismissed but read into the record.
• Judge Vicki Clussman placed Tori M. Clark, 21, Waupaca, on five years of probation with six months in jail.
In three separate felony cases, Clark was convicted of delivery of heroin, delivery of methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine, two counts of possession of narcotics, three counts of felony bail jumping, retail theft and credit card fraud.
Clussman also ordered Clark to pay $3,564 in in court costs and restitution and applied Clark’s $1,000 cash bail toward her court costs. The judge also ordered that Clark maintain full-time employment and not associate with any known drug users.
• Huber sentenced Amanda L. Christophersen, 30, Weyauwega, to 5 1/2 years in prison and eight years of extended supervision.
Christophersen was convicted of first-degree reckless injury with a weapon. She stabbed her boyfriend in November 2014 while they argued over comments she posted about him on Facebook.
Christophersen was on probation at the time of the incident in Waupaca County. She had been convicted of three counts of identity theft in Winnebago County and one count of forgery in Outagamie County. Both counties revoked her probation in February 2014 and sentenced her to a total of four years in prison.
Huber ordered that her Waupaca County sentence be served concurrently with her other sentences. He also ordered her to pay $3,446 in restitution and court costs.
• Kirk imposed and stayed two consecutive 18-month prison sentences, then placed Tyler B. Yonke, 30, formerly of Weyauwega, on four years of probation.
In two separate Waupaca County felony cases, Yonke was convicted of burglary and causing damage while fleeing an officer. He crashed into a Weyauwega officer’s squad car before leading police on a 15-mile high-speed chase in February 2015.
Yonke was on probation in Outagamie, Winnebago and Marathon counties at the time of his arrest in Waupaca County. His probation was revoked, and he was sentenced to one year in state prison and seven months in county jail.
• Clussman sentenced Cory R. Quick, 22, Iola, to nine months in jail and assessed him $443 in court costs.
Quick was convicted of misdemeanor battery. Charges of intimidation of a witness, escape, resisting an officer and disorderly conduct were dismissed but read into the record.
Quick is currently serving nine months in jail for theft in Winnebago County.
• Kirk placed Michael J. Richards, 37, Waupaca on three years of probation.
Richards was convicted of three counts of misdemeanor theft and one count of entering into a locked coin box. A felony charge of forgery was dismissed but read into the record.
Kirk also ordered Richards to pay $4,800 in restitution and court costs.
• Huber placed Danyelle J. Lang, 26, Fremont, on two years of probation and ordered her to undergo drug counseling.
Lang was convicted of possession of narcotics and felony bail jumping. Charges of possession or methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia were dismissed but read into the record. She must also pay $786 in court costs.
• Kirk placed Bruce D. McKenzie Jr., 28, Scandinavia, on one year of probation and ordered him to pay $511 in court costs.
McKenzie was convicted of felony possession of marijuana and illegal possession of prescription drugs. Seven other drug-related misdemeanors were dismissed but read into the record.
• Huber placed Lamar M. Campbell, 28, Dodge Correctional Institution, on two years of probation, consecutive to the prison sentence he is currently serving.
Campbell was convicted of battery and theft, amended from the original charge of burglary. Charges of sexual assault by force and disorderly conduct were dismissed but read into the record.
In November 2012 in Winnebago County, Campbell was sentenced to two years in prison on felony cocaine charges. He was released in January 2015. HWinnebago County revoked his probation in November 2015 and returned Campbell to prison for another two years.
• Kirk imposed and stayed 18 months in prison and placed Jon J. Morgan, 18, Manawa, on three years of probation.
Morgan was convicted of one count of burglary. An additional count of burglary, four counts of theft and one count of felony bail jumping were dismissed but read into the record. In a separate case, he was convicted of delivery of marijuana.
Kirk assessed Morgan $796 in court costs, which were deducted from the $1,000 cash bond posted for his release from custody.