Recent convictions, sentencing and dismissals from felony cases in Waupaca County Circuit Court:
• Judge Raymond Huber sentenced Shane A. Heuer, 24, New London, to three years in prison and three years of extended supervision.
Heuer was convicted of one count of felony theft for stealing a gun and two counts of burglary. Three more counts of burglary, two counts of forgery uttering, three counts of criminal damage to property, two counts of misdemeanor theft and one count of felon in possession of a firearm were dismissed but read into the record for sentencing purposes.
After serving his prison and extended supervision, Heuer will then be placed on an additional seven years of probation.
Among the conditions of his probation, Heuer was ordered to pay $10,139 in restitution and court costs.
• Huber revoked probation and sentenced Derek S. Wanner, 30, Waupaca, to nine months in jail with 182 days credit.
On June 18, 2014, Wanner was convicted of negligent operation of a vehicle, fleeing an officer, two counts of possession of a controlled substance and a second offense of operating while under the influence. He was placed on two years of probation with a total of 40 days in jail and assessed $2,714 in fines and court costs.
On Oct. 22, 2014, Wanner was convicted of a felony narcotics charge in Washington County. A one-year prison sentence was imposed and stayed, and he was placed on two years of probation.
On May 5, 2015, he was issued a citation for obstructing justice in Waupaca County.
On Dec. 1, 2015, Wanner was charged with battery to an officer in Winnebago County, where he is scheduled for a jury trial in January 2017.
Wanner is currently in prison after Washington County revoked his probation.
• Huber sentenced Anthony M. Fecarotta, 21, Dodge Correctional, to one year in prison to be served concurrently to the sentence he is now serving.
Fecarotta was convicted in Waupaca County of receiving stolen property.
He was convicted in Shawano County of battery while committing a burglary, armed burglary, armed robbery and felony bail jumping and sentenced to seven years in prison and seven years of extended supervision.
• Judge Philip Kirk imposed and stayed a two-year prison sentence and placed Nicholas R. Goulet, 34, Waupaca, on two years of probation.
Goulet was convicted of substantial battery as an act of domestic abuse. Charges of felony possession of marijuana and obstructing an officer were dismissed but read into the record.
Kirk also revoked Goulet’s probation from a prior conviction and sentenced him to six months in jail.
Goulet was convicted on March 22 of operating with a controlled substance, possession of marijuana and disorderly conduct as an act of domestic abuse.
In Portage County, Goulet faces charges of possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia.
• Judge Vicki Clussman sentenced Cedric D. Johnson, 27, Dodge Correctional, to 18 months in prison and 18 months of extended supervision.
Johnson was convicted of felony theft. A charge of felon in possession of a firearm was dismissed but read into the record.
On June 21, 2007, Kirk sentenced Johnson to nine years in prison and four years of extended supervision with early-release eligibility for a strong-armed robbery conviction. Johnson was released from prison on Oct. 31, 2014. His extended supervision on the robbery was revoked on Oct. 7, 2016, three days after he was charged with felony theft.
Johnson also faces additional charges of felon in possession of a firearm and obstructing an officer in Outagamie County.
• Huber placed Ashley L. Fletcher, 29, Waupaca, on two years of probation and ordered her to pay $1,715 in fines and court costs and perform 30 hours of community service.
In two separate criminal cases, Fletcher was convicted of two misdemeanor counts of battery, misdemeanor bail jumping, illegal possession of prescription drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia.
A felony narcotics charge against Fletcher was dismissed outright.
• Clussman placed Michael A. Farmer, 51, Wild Rose, on one year of probation.
As conditions of Farmer’s probation, Clussman revoked his license for 33 months and ordered that he spend 35 days in jail, pay $3,256 in fines and court costs and install an ignition interlock device in his car for 33 months.
Farmer was convicted of a third OWI.
• Clussman placed Rudy R. David-Weber, 23, Waupaca, on two years of probation.
David-Weber was convicted on two felony counts of possession of narcotics. One count of delivery of narcotics was dismissed but read into the record.
Clussman ordered that David-Weber be given 81 days credit if his probation is revoked and he is sentenced to jai. He was held in custody on a $1,500 cash bond for nearly three months. Conditions of his probation are that David-Weber not possess any illegal drugs or associate with any people known to be drug users.
• Clussman assessed Cody J. Bovin, 23, Clintonville, $958 in fines and court costs.
Bovin was convicted of obstructing an officer and possession of marijuana, which were amended from fleeing an officer and possession with intent to deliver.
• Clussman placed Jeffrey M. Hessing, 21, Clintonville, on two years of probation and stayed 30 days in jail, to be used at his agent’s discretion.
Hessing was convicted of misdemeanor battery as an act of domestic abuse. Charges of felony strangulation and disorderly conduct were dismissed but read into the record.
• Huber placed Cory M. Studzinski, 17, Waupaca, on two years of probation and ordered him to perform 100 hours of community service, pay $972 in court costs and restitution, not possess any illegal drugs and maintain full-time employment or obtain a high school equivalency degree.
Studzinski was convicted of one count of theft and two counts of taking a vehicle without consent, amended from a felony to a misdemeanor. Two more counts of theft and two counts of misdemeanor bail jumping were dismissed and read into the record.
• Huber placed Dustin L. Bohringer, 27, Waupaca, on 18 months of probation and stayed 60 days in jail to be used at the probation agent’s discretion.
Bohringer was convicted of theft and misdemeanor bail jumping. A charge of taking a vehicle without the owner’s consent was dismissed but read into the record.