Recent convictions, sentencing and dismissals from felony cases in Waupaca County Circuit Court.
• Judge Raymond Huber dismissed all charges against Jerome L. Weinmann, 56, Scandinavia.
Weinman had been charged with intimidating a witness, threatening a witness, threatening a witness’ family, felon in possession of a gun and stalking in October 2015. The charges were dismissed without prejudice, which means they can be filed again in the future.
In November 2007, Deputy Patrick McClone shot Weinmann in the face after responding to a call of a suicidal man in a garage with a shotgun. Weinmann sued the deputy in 2013, and a federal trial earlier this year found the shooting was legally justified.
In October 2015, Weinmann allegedly drove up to McClone’s home and parked in his driveway. A witness reported seeing what appeared to be a handgun.
• Huber sentenced Michael W. Pomerenke, 36, Scandinavia, to 10 years in prison and 10 years of extended supervision.
Pomerenke was convicted of felony child enticement, felony child abduction and three counts of sexual assault of a child age 16 or older.
He was accused of hiding a teenaged Waupaca girl in the basement of his parents’ Scandinavia home for two weeks while having sex with her. The girl told investigators Pomerenke began having sex with her when she was 12 years old.
In May 2013, Pomerenke was convicted of his seventh drunken driving offense and sentenced to three years in state prison. He remained in contact with the girl while in prison. Pomerenke was released by the Department of Corrections in February 2014 and placed on extended supervision. Between Feb. 11, 2013, and May 17, 2014, the two exchanged sexually explicit photos via their cellphones, according to the criminal complaint.
• Judge Philip Kirk sentenced Jonathan L. Bankes, 29, formerly of Marion, to three years in prison and three years of extended supervision.
Bankes was on probation for a February 2013 conviction for possession of child pornography. His probation was revoked.
• Kirk sentenced Dominic M. Schuelke, 17, New London, to 54 days in jail and assessed him $1,159 in court costs.
Schuelke was convicted of three counts of taking a vehicle without the owner’s consent. Two counts of theft and one count of burglary were dismissed but read into the court record for sentencing purposes.
• Huber stayed a 90-day jail sentence and placed Wesley W. Caswell, 39, Clintonville, on two years of probation.
In three separate criminal cases, Caswell was convicted of carrying a concealed weapon, felony and misdemeanor bail jumping, and disorderly conduct. Charges of bail jumping and felony strangulation were dismissed and read into the record.
• Kirk placed Patrick J. Carroll, 18, Waupaca, on two years of probation and assessed him $1,329 in court costs.
Carroll was convicted of two counts of misdemeanor bail jumping. Charges of burglary, theft, criminal damage to property and disorderly conduct were dismissed but read into the record.
Conditions of Carroll’s probation prohibit him from possessing or consuming alcohol. He must also be a full-time employee or student or a combination of both.
• Kirk placed Jennifer M. Bostone, 26, Waupaca, on two years of probation and ordered her to pay $518 in court costs.
Bostone was convicted of possession of narcotics.
• Huber sentenced David B. Schoenborn, 21, Redgranite Correctional, to six months in jail to be served after his release from prison.
Schoenborn was most recently convicted in Waupaca County of burglary and taking a vehicle without the owner’s consent. Three misdemeanor counts of theft, one felony count of theft and one more count of taking a vehicle without consent were dismissed but read into the record.
In May 2015, Schoenborn was released from a corrections facility. He was arrested four months later.
Schoenborn’s prior record includes a 2012 conviction for burglary and theft in Brown County, which resulted in 2 1/2 years in prison.
After his arrest in Waupaca County, Brown County revoked Schoenborn’s extended supervision and sent him back to prison.
He is scheduled for mandatory release from confinement in July 2017.
• Kirk sentenced Nathan M. Spencer, 18, New London, to 120 days in jail, then stayed 105 days. The judge assessed him $1,625 in fines and court costs.
Spencer was convicted of two counts of disorderly conduct, unlawful entry, theft and misdemeanor bail jumping. Two counts of felony bail jumping and one count of computer crime were dismissed but read into the record.
• Kirk placed Daniel L. Floistad, 31, Marion, on two years of probation and assessed him $811 in fines and court costs.
Floistad was convicted of violating the terms of the sex offender registry and disorderly conduct.
• Huber sentenced Andrew C. Mundt, 34, Waupaca, to 90 days in jail and assessed him $568 in fines and court costs.
Mundt was convicted of disorderly conduct. A charge of felony strangualtion was dismissed outright, while a battery charge was dismissed but read into the record.
• Huber placed Cameron E. Mentzel, 21, Weyawuega, on five years ofprobation and sentenced him to four months in jail with 30 days stayed.
Mentzel was convicted of second-degree sexual assault of a child. A felony count of child abuse was dismissed and read into the record.
Huber also ordered that Mentzel register as a sex offender and have no contact with minors without agent approval.
• Huber placed Carl S. Ganzen, 42, New London, on three years of probation and ordered him to perform 90 hours of community service.
Mimi R. Ganzen, 43, was placed on two years of probation and ordered to perform 60 hours of community service.
The Ganzens were convicted of drug trafficking and for growing marijuana. Carl Ganzen was also convicted of felon in possession of a firearm.