Recent convictions, sentencing and dismissals from felony cases in Waupaca County Circuit Court:
• Judge Philip Kirk sentenced Mark E. Knaus, 56, Weyauwega, to three years in prison and three years of extended supervision.
Knaus was convicted of a ninth drunken driving offense and illegal possession of prescription drugs. Charges of failure to install an ignition interlocking device and operating while revoked were dismissed but read into the court record for sentencing purposes.
In addition to prison, Kirk ordered that Knaus pay $3,585 in fines and court costs, and revoked his license for 36 months.
Knaus was released from prison on July 19, 2016, after serving three years for his eighth drunken driving conviction.
In 2004, Outagamie County Circuit Court sentenced Knaus to 24 months in state prison, and Dodge County sentenced him to 16 months for drunken driving.
• Judge Vicki Clussman dismissed all charges against Michael B. Fahser, 33, Fremont.
Fahser had been charged in Waupaca County with two counts of second-degree sexual assault with use of force, kidnapping, false imprisonment, felony intimidation of a victim and obstructing an officer.
District Attorney Veronica Isherwood said the charges were dismissed without prejudice, which means they can be refiled in the future.
“The whereabouts of the victim are unknown,” Isherwood told the Wauaca County Post. “We even tried to locate her though relatives and friends. She had no interest in cooperating with the prosecution. I believe she was too traumatized.”
• Kirk placed Steven L. Fietzer, 31, Iola, on two years of probation.
Fietzer was convicted of disorderly conduct with a dangerous weapon and resisting an officer for a Nov. 6, 2015, incident, and of criminal damage to property for a July 19, 2016, incident.
Charges of felony resisting an officer causing bodily harm, disorderly conduct and felony bail jumping were dismissed but read into the record.
Kirk also ordered Fietzer to pay $1,439 in court costs and participate in any counseling and treatment recommended by his probation agent.
• Kirk placed Allisa J. Guyette, 23, New London, on one year of probation.
He also ordered her to perform 20 hours of community service, participate in any counseling recommended by her agent and not do any illegal drugs.
Guyette was convicted of obstructing an officer. A charge of drug trafficking was dismissed but read into the record.
• Judge Raymond Huber placed Kendell E. Koch, 19, Stevens Point, on three years of probation.
Koch was convicted of possession of methamphetamine and credit card theft. Charges of identity theft and possession of marijuana were dismissed but read into the record.
As conditions of probation, Huber sentenced him to 120 days in jail, then stayed 90 days. He also ordered Koch to seek treatment and pay $4,839 in restitution and court costs.
• Kirk sentenced Nathaniel R. Hoffman, 30, Waupaca, to nine months in jail after revoking his probation for October 2015 convictions of criminal damage to property and disorderly conduct.
Kirk also placed Hoffman on two years of probation with an additional 90 days in jail after convicting him of battery and two counts of resisting an officer.
As conditions of his probation, Hoffman must attend anger management classes and participate in any treatment recommended by his agent.
• Kirk placed Ronald W. Crossman, 49, Waupaca, on two years of probation and ordered him to pay $1,872 in court costs.
Crossman was convicted of disorderly conduct as an act of domestic abuse for a Sept. 24, 2016, incident, and of three counts of misdemeanor bail jumping for a Sept. 29, 2016, incident.
One count of battery and two counts of felony intimidation of a victim were dismissed but read into the record.
• Huber placed Jonathan Cardoso, 24, Clintonville on three years of probation.
Cardoso was convicted of fourth-degree sexual assault, amended from second-degree sexual assault of a child, for a May 2016 incident, and of felony bail jumping for a September 2016 incident.
As conditions of probation, Huber sentenced Cardoso to 120 days in jail with 109 days credit for time in custody on a $5,000 cash bond. The judge also ordered Cardoso to pay $961 in court costs, to have no contact with minors without written approval from his agent, participate in sex offender treatment and maintain absolute sobriety.
• Clussman placed Brecarri M. Vera, 23, Chicago, on two years of probation and ordered her to pay $528 in court costs, participate in alcohol or other drug assessments and possess no medications without a valid prescription.
Vera was convicted of forgery uttering. Charges of obtaining prescription drugs by fraud, possession of marijuana, carrying a concealed weapon and five counts of misdemeanor bail jumping were dismissed but read into the record.
• Huber placed Neil H. Schulke, 51, Waupaca, on three years of probation.
Schulke was convicted of a fifth drunken driving offense.
As conditions of probation, Huber sentenced Schulke to one year in jail, then stayed six months. The judge also revoked his license for one year, ordered Schulke to install an ignition interlock device for 36 months and participate in alcohol or other drugs assessments.
Schulke was assessed $4,143 in fines and court costs, which were paid from the $5,000 cash bond he posted after his arrest.
•Kirk placed Carlo Maglietto, 47, Waupaca, on two years of probation after convicting him of two counts of felony delivery of marijuana.
As conditions of probation, Kirk ordered Maglietto to pay $2,096 in court costs and restitution for the money police used to buy pot from him. Maglietto was also ordered to maintain absolute sobriety and submit to any assessments and counseling recommended by his probation agent.
Maglietto was also convicted of a fourth drinking and driving offense.
Kirk sentenced Maglietto to 60 days in jail, revoked his license for 24 months, ordered him to install an IID and pay $1,744 in fines and court costs.
Maglietto was charged for the drinking and driving offense in May 2009. He failed to make a court appearance and a bench warrant was issued in June 2009. Maglietto remained at large until his arrest on the marijuana charges in June 2016.
• Kirk placed Lucas T. Johnson, 26, New London, on two years of probation and ordered him to pay $1,329 in court costs and to participate in any counseling recommended by his probation agent.
Lucas was convicted of possession of marijuana and two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia. One count of possession of marijuana with intent to deliver was dismissed but read into the record.