March 14 report of recent convictions, sentencing and dismissals from felony cases in Waupaca County Circuit Court:
• Judge Philip Kirk sentenced Cole G. LaViolette, 23, Waupun Correctional Institution, to two years in prison and three years of extended supervision.
LaViolette was convicted of two counts of threatening a witness. The charges were amended from two counts of soliciting for homicide.
In July 2015, LaViolette’s cellmate at Waupaca County jail told corrections officers LaViolette offered to pay him $10,000 to murder his mother and girlfriend.
In June 2016, Kirk revoked a deferred prosecution agreement, convicted LaViolette of second-degree sexual assault of a child and sentenced him to three years in prison and five years of extended supervision.
• Kirk placed William J. Sanders, 34, Waupaca, on 10 years of probation.
Sanders was convicted of possession of amphetamine with intent to deliver. A charge of drug trafficking was dismissed but read into the court record for sentencing purposes. A charge of felon in possession of a firearm was dismissed by the prosecutor.
Conditions of Sanders’ probation include that he pay $518 in court costs, maintain absolute sobriety and participate in any counseling deemed appropriate by his probation agent. If he complies with the conditions, Sanders may be released from probation after six years.
• Judge Raymond Huber placed Robert W. Carey, 44, Marion, on two years of probation, stayed seven months in jail and ordered him to continue mental health treatment and pay $1,329 in court costs.
In three separate criminal cases filed between Oct. 30 and Dec. 13, 2016,, Carey was convicted of reckless endangerment with a weapon, disorderly conduct and misdemeanor bail jumping. Charges of threatening to injure a person, battery and bail jumping were dismissed but read into the record.
• Judge Vicki Clussman placed Richard J. Dahl, 45, Kettle Moraine Correctional, on four years of probation, with one year in jail and $1,036 in restitution as conditions of probation.
Dahl was convicted of intimidating a victim and felony bail jumping. Charges of intimidating a witness and felony bail jumping were dismissed but read into the record.
Clussman also ordered that Dahl’s jail time be served consecutively to the prison time he is currently serving.
Dahl was convicted of a child sex crime in April 2016 and sentenced to five years in prison and five years of extended supervision.
• Clussman revoked probation and sentenced Destinee M. Lyons, 42, Tacheedah Correctional, to one year in jail.
In June 2016, Lyons was placed on three years of probation after being convicted for failure to report to jail.
Clussman ordered that Lyons’ jail time was to be served concurrently with the 18-month prison sentence she has been serving since Dec. 2, 2016, following a conviction for a fifth drunken driving offense in Shawano County.
• Kirk placed Juan Ibarra Guzman, 28, Milwaukee, on two years of probation and ordered him to spend 60 days in jail.
Ibarra Guzman was convicted of misdemeanor bail jumping, possession of marijuana and a second drunken driving offense.
Kirk revoked his license for 16 months and ordered him to pay $2,354 in fines and court costs.
• Kirk placed Marina A. Goza, 28, New London, on five years of probation.
Goza was convicted of two counts of burglary, one count of attempted burglary and felony bail jumping.
Five counts of burglary, six counts of theft, three counts of possession of narcotics and three counts of possession of a controlled substance were dismissed but read into the court record.
As conditions of her probation, Kirk sentenced her to one year in jail, then stayed six months which can be used at her agent’s discretion. He also ordered her to perform 100 hours of community service, maintain absolute sobriety and pay $1,785 in court costs.
• Huber assessed Adam R. Van Lyssel, 29, Wrightstown, $679 in fines and court costs after Lyssel pleaded guilty to misdemeanor disorderly conduct.
Felony charges of first-degree sexual assault causing great bodily harm, second-degree sexual assault with use of force and third-degree sexual assault were dismissed but read into the court record.
• Kirk placed Natasha J. Riehl, 28, Greenville, on three years of probation.
Riehl was convicted of felony theft. Three counts of burglary and two counts of theft were dismissed but read into the record.
As conditions of her probation, Riehl was ordered to pay $2,301 in restitution and court costs and serve six months in jail. If her probation is revoked, Riehl was given 132 days credit for her time in custody on a $10,000 cash bail.
• Kirk assessed Kristine L. Ort, 62, Appleton, and Emily Ort, 26, Clintonville, $705 each in court costs.
The Orts were convicted of obstructing an officer. A charge of aiding a felon was dismissed outright.
• Clussman sentenced Thomas J. Huebner, 61, Largo, Florida, to six months in jail, assessed him $1,861 in fines and court costs, revoked his license for two years and ordered him to install an ignition interlock on his vehicles for the next two years.
Huebner was convicted of a fifth drinking and driving offense. According to the criminal complaint, he had a .075 blood-alcohol content at the time of his arrest. Due to prior drunken driving convictions, his legal limit is .02 BAC.
• Kirk imposed and stayed two years in prison and two years of extended supervision, then placed Jesse M. Mahsem, 31, Fox Lake correctional, on three years of probation.
Mahsem was convicted of a felony charge of possession of marijuana. Charges of delivery of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia were dismissed but read into the record.
In September 2016, Mahsem’s probation was revoked for a February 2012 robbery conviction, and he was sentenced to one year in prison.
• Clussman sentenced Kyle E. Bueschel, 19, Weyauwega, to one year of probation and ordered him to pay $728 in restitution and court costs.
Bueschel was convicted of misdemeanor theft. A felony charge of burglary was dismissed but read into the record.
• Kirk assessed Tyler J. Armstrong, 31, Wisconsin Rapids, $705 in fines and court costs.
Armstrong was convicted of resisting an officer. Charges of threatening an officer and disorderly conduct were dismissed but read into the record.
• Kirk placed Christopher J. Hendricks, 21, Iola, on two years of probation and ordered him to pay $1,346 in restitution and court costs.
Hendricks was convicted of criminal trespass to a dwelling, amended from burglary, and criminal damage to property.
• Huber placed Karyn M. Gabrielson, 27, Waupaca, on three years of probation and assessed her $518 in court costs.
Gabrielson was convicted of possession of narcotics.
Huber also stayed six months in jail which may be used by her agent as a sanction. He also ordered that she take no illegal drugs, participate in any drug screenings directed by her agent and produce clean results from the tests.