Recent convictions, sentencing and dismissals from felony cases in Waupaca County Circuit Court.
• Judge Raymond Huber sentenced Paul J. Ruiz, 27, Clintonville, to four years in prison and seven years of extended supervision. He also ordered Ruiz to register as a sex offender.
Ruiz was convicted of felony child enticement. The charge was amended from second-degree sexual assault of a child.
• Judge Vicki Clussman sentenced Joshua J. Paff, 25, Dodge Correctional, to one year in prison and one year of extended supervision.
Paff was convicted of battery, disorderly conduct and criminal damage to property. Charges of felony strangulation and battery were dismissed but read into the record for sentencing purposes.
Clussman also ordered that Paff’s Waupaca County sentence be served consecutively to the two-year sentence he is currently serving. Langlade County Circuit Court revoked Paff’s probation on a felony child abuse conviction. There are four pending felony cases against Paff in Langlade County.
• Judge Philip Kirk sentenced Jacob A. Christian, 24, New London to 18 months in prison and 18 months of extended supervision.
Christian was convicted of possession of narcotics. He is currently serving a one-year prison sentence for a narcotics conviction in Winnebago County. Kirk ordered that the Waupaca County sentence be served concurrently with the Winnebago County conviction.
• Kirk sentenced Benito M. Delbosque Jr., 41, Redgranite Correctional, to nine months in jail to be served consecutively to the prison sentence he is currently serving.
Delbosque was convicted of felony theft in Waupaca County, which was amended from an armed robbery charge.
In 2007, Delbosque was convicted of armed robbery in Calumet County and sentenced to seven years in prison. He was on extended supervision at the time of his arrest in Waupaca County, and his extended supervision was revoked. He is scheduled for release from prison in November 2017.
• Huber sentenced Aaron A. Altman, 32, Clintonville, to 18 months in prison and 3 1/2 years of extended supervision.
Altman was convicted in five alcohol-related felony cases that were filed over a 15-month period.
On July 11, 2014, Altman was arrested after police followed a trail of empty beer cans between a garage he broke into and his home. Kirk ordered Altman to pay $7,519 in restitution and court costs in this case.
On June 20, 2015, Altman was arrested and charged with a second drunken driving offense, of which he was convicted. A hit-and-run charge was dismissed but read into the record. Kirk assessed Altman $1,547 in this case.
On Sept. 4, 2015, Altman was involved in a fight at Bump’s Bar in Clintonville. He was convicted of felony bail jumping. Two counts of battery, disorderly conduct and criminal damage to property charges were dismissed and read into the record. Altman was assessed $518.
On Oct. 27, 2015, Altman was arrested after driving his car into a ditch. He was convicted of a third drunken driving offense and assessed $2,038 in fines and court costs and his license revoked for 27 months.
On Dec. 11, 2015, Altman sent his uncle to the hospital after breaking his nose. Altman allegedly became angry after his uncle told him he did not want him drinking in his house. Altman was convicted of felony jumping and a felony battery case was dismissed by the prosecutor. Altman was assessed $518 in court costs.
• Clussman sentenced Chad R. O’Keefe, 43, Dodge Correctional, to two years in prison with three years of extended supervision.
O’Keefe was convicted of burglary. Charges of possession of narcotics, possession of a controlled substance, illegal possession of prescription drugs, criminal damage to property and theft were dismissed but read into the record.
Huber sentenced Edward J. Stemwedel, 24, Waupaca, to three years in prison and three years of extended supervision.
Stemwedel was convicted of delivery of amphetamines. Charges of possession of amphetamines with intent to deliver, possession of methamphetamine, possession of narcotcs and drug trafficking were dismissed but read into the record.
• Kirk sentenced Shawn R. Curtin, 42, Wisconsin Rapids, to three years in prison and three years of extended supervision.
Curtin was convicted of a ninth drunken driving offense.
In Wood County, Curtin was recently convicted of an eighth drunken driving offense and sentenced to four years in prison. His Waupaca County sentence will be served concurrently with his Wood County sentence.
Curtin was also assessed $953 in Waupaca County and $2,301 in Wood County.
• Huber placed Kiran I. Sheikh, 59, Green Bay, on two years probation, stayed 30 days in jail, ordered Sheikh to perform 80 hours of community service and assessed $1,376 in fines and court costs.
Sheikh was convicted of illegal entry and misdemeanor theft. The charges were amended from burglary and felony theft.
• Kirk placed Daniel M. Fraker, 38, Florence, on four years of probation after convicting him of a fourth drunken driving offense.
As conditions of probation, the judge ordered Fraker to serve one year in jail, perform 40 hours of community service, pay $3,889 in fines and court costs, install an ignition interlock device on every car he owns, maintain absolute sobriety and participate in a driver safety plan. Fraker’s license was revoked for 36 months.
• Clussman placed Chad J. Anderson, 23, New London, on two years of probation.
Convicted of possession of narcotics, Anderson was ordered to not possess any illegal substances, use only one pharmacy and to report all prescriptions to his probation agent as conditions of his probation,
Anderson, who was on SoberLink after his initial charge on Sept. 14, 2015, and required to maintain absolute sobriety as a condition of his bond, was also convicted of three felony bail jumping charges for offenses that occurred between Sept. 30, 2015 and Jan. 13, 2016.
• Huber placed Selena M. Prahl, 23, Clintonville, on three years probation. Conditions of her probation include that she perform 60 hours of community service and pay $35,602 in restitution.
Prahl was convicted of two counts of felony theft. Two more counts of felony theft, one count of misdemeanor theft and a count of possession of an electric weapon were dismissed and read into the court record.
Prahl was contracted to clean offices at Specialized Products and was accused of stealing spools of copper wire from the plant.
• Huber placed Hevenly Breeze Wilson, 18, Clintonville, on two years probation ordered Wilson to perform 50 hours of community service, maintain absolute sobriety and pay $761 in court costs.
Wilson was convicted of posession of a non-narcotic drugs with intent to deliver and obstructing an officer. Two counts of misdemeanor theft were dismissed but read into the record.
• Clussman sentenced Jesse J. Rudolph, 29, Appleton, to one year in jail, then stayed six months of the sentence.
She also revoked Rudolph’s license for three years, ordered him to install an IID for one year, participate in a driver safety plan, perform 100 hours of community service and pay $1,811 in fines and court costs.
Rudolph was convicted of a fifth drunken driving offense.
• Huber placed Michael J. Werth, 44, Seymour, on one year of probation, sentenced him to 60 days in jail as a condition of probation, assessed him $2,494, revoked his license for three years, ordered him to install an IID for one year and participate in a driver safety plan.
Werth was convicted of a fourth drunken driving offense.
• Kirk placed Nicholas R. Goulet, 33, Waupaca, on two years of probation, sentenced him to five years in jail and assessed $1,925.
Goulet was convicted of possession of marijuana, operating with a controlled substance and disorderly conduct.
Charges of theft and two more counts of disorderly conduct were dismissed but read into the record.