July 20 report of recent convictions, sentencing and dismissals from felony cases in Waupaca County Circuit Court:
• Judge Vicki Clussman placed Bodhi W. Gust, 21, on three years of probation and stayed a six-month jail term to be used at his probation agent’s discretion.
Gust was convicted of fourth-degree sexual assault and felony child abuse, amended from second-degree sexual assault and sexual assault of a child.
Gust was accused of having sex with an 18 year-old intoxicated woman after she fell asleep on Christmas Eve 2015 and with a 15-year-old girl after she became intoxicated on Nov. 12, 2015.
Gust was also convicted of burglary as party to a crime for his involvement in a Jan. 21, 2015, incident.
Charges of theft, retail theft and felony bail jumping were dismissed and read into the court record.
As conditions of his probation, Clussman ordered Gust to have no unsupervised contact with underage females, maintain absolute sobriety, obtain full-time employment or schooling and pay $2,040 in restitution and court costs.
Gust spent the last two months in county jail after his signature bond was amended to a $1,000 cash bond on May 3.
• Clussman sentenced Jeffrey L. Schertzl, 50, Oshkosh, to three years in prison and three years of extended supervision.
Schertzl was convicted of a seventh drunken driving offense.
As conditions of extended supervision, Clussman ordered Schertzl not to possess or consume alcohol, not to drive with any amount of alcohol in his system, to stay out of bars and not to possess illegal drugs. The judge assessed Schertzl $2,273 in fines and court costs, revoked his license for 36 months and ordered him to install an ignition interlock device (IID) on all his vehicles and participate in any counseling deemed appropriate by his agent.
• Judge Raymond Huber sentenced Nicole M. Blank, 34, Green Bay, to 12 months in state prison with 24 months of extended supervision.
Blank was on probation for a March 2015 conviction of drug trafficking.
Her probation was revoked after she delivered heroin to a relative who was in the hospital.
• Clussman placed James R. Hill, 25, Clintonville, on two years of probation.
Three separate felony cases had been filed against Hill.
He was convicted of misdemeanor battery and disorderly conduct for a domestic abuse incident on March 23, 2016. A felony charge of strangulation was dismissed but read into the record.
Hill was ordered to pay $1,086 in restitution and court costs and have no contact with his ex-wife.
He was convicted of substantial battery and misdemeanor battery for an incident on Aug. 14, 2016. One count of disorderly conduct and four counts each of felony and misdemeanor bail jumping were dismissed but read into the record.
Hill was accused of going to his ex-wife’s home on Aug. 14, 2016, and biting 2 inches off her boyfriend’s ear during a brawl.
As a condition of probation for this crime, Hill must pay $3,367 in restitution and court costs.
Hill was also convicted of felony delivery of marijuana and assessed $518 in court costs.
• Huber revoked the probation of Rickey L. Pochinski, 27, Oak Creek, and sentenced him to six months in county jail.
Pochinksi was convicted of possession of a controlled substance, theft and misdemeanor bail jumping in December 2015 and placed on 30 months probation.
According to court records, he violated conditions of his probation.
• Huber imposed and stayed a one-year sentence in jail, then placed Ryan P. Lick, 29, Waupaca, on two years of probation.
Lick was convicted of a fourth drunken driving offense and operating after revocation.
The judge approved a deferred prosecution agreement after Lick entered a plea of no contest to a charge of possession of narcotics. If Lick complies with the terms of his probation, the narcotics charge will be dismissed. If he fails to comply, he will be formally sentenced.
Charges of felony bail jumping, misdemeanor bail jumping and possession of drug paraphernalia were dismissed but read into the court record.
Huber also assessed Lick $2,304 in fines and court costs and applied a $1,000 cash bond that Lick posted earlier toward the assessment.
Lick’s license was revoked for three years, and he was ordered to install an IID on his vehicles.
• Huber placed Jonathon S. Pomerenke, 17, Scandinavia, on two years of probation and stayed 60 days in jail to be used at the discretion of the probation agent.
Pomerenke was convicted of misdemeanor possession of marijuana, misdemeanor bail jumping and violating a harassment restraining order.
Charges of felony child abuse, disorderly conduct, obstructing an officer and felony and misdemeanor bail jumping were dismissed and read into the record.
Pomerenke must pay $1,329 in court costs, plus a $200 fine for a trespassing citation.
The judge ordered him to have no contact with anyone under the age of 14.
• Clussman placed Justin S. Fletcher, 19, New London, on two years of probation.
Fletcher was convicted of drug trafficking and possession of methamphetamine. Six counts of possession of drug paraphernalia and one count of possession of marijuana were dismissed but read into the court record.
The judge also stayed six months in jail, to be used at the probation agent’s discretion, and ordered that Fletcher be assessed for drug and alcohol abuse and abide by any treatment recommendations. He must also not possess or consume any illegal drugs and pay $1,036 in court costs.
In a separate case, Fletcher was convicted of criminal trespass, placed on one year of probation and assessed $453 in court costs.
Charges of obstructing an officer and felony bail jumping were dismissed but read into the record.
• Clussman placed Jena M. Wisner, 24, Weyauwega, on one year of probation and assessed her $518 in court costs.
Wisner was convicted of keeping a place of prostitution. Misdemeanor charges of prostitution and child neglect were dismissed but read into the court record.
If Wisner successfully completes probation, her record will be expunged.
• Judge Troy Nielsen sentenced Cody D. Schiesser, 24, New London, to 24 hours in county jail, then credited him for the 24 hours he already served.
Schiesser was convicted of felony possession of marijuana.
Nielsen also fined Schiesser $200 and ordered him to pay $769 in court costs.
Schiesser is currently serving six months in jail in Outagamie County, where his probation for a first-time marijuana conviction was revoked in March, shortly after he was arrested for pot in Waupaca County.
• Huber placed Maxwell J. Bauer, 21, Waupaca, on two years of probation and sentenced him to 30 days in jail.
In two separate criminal cases, Bauer was convicted of causing injury while operating under the influence and credit card fraud.
A felony charge of identity theft was dismissed but read into the record.
For the OWI injury conviction, Bauer was sentenced to 30 days in jail, his license was revoked for one year, an IID must be installed on his vehicles, he must receive alcohol and other drug assessment, abide by any treatment recommendations and pay $1,758 in fines and court costs.
As conditions of his probation for credit card fraud, Huber ordered Bauer to maintain full-time employment, not possess illegal drugs or substances, not possess or consume alcohol and pay $1,201 in restitution and court costs.
• Nielsen imposed and stayed six months in jail and placed Cassandra C. Thompson, 34, Necedah, on one year of probation.
Thompson was convicted of misdemeanor theft, amended from felony retail theft.
Thompson was accused of participating in an electronics shoplifting spree at the Waupaca Kmart on Aug. 13, 2016. Her partner, Matthew J. Spencer, 36, Kewaunee, was sentenced to nine months in jail after pleading guilty to felony retail theft.
They were both ordered to pay $1,120 in restitution, plus $565 in court costs.
• Huber placed Chad D. Gigl, 31, Kimberly, on two years of probation and ordered him to serve 100 days in jail.
Gigl was convicted of a second drunken driving offense while children were in the vehicle and felony threatening of a witness.
One count of resisting an officer and two counts of disorderly conduct were dismissed but read into the record.
Huber also assessed Gigl $2,430 in fines and court costs, revoked his license for two years, ordered him to install an IID for 18 months, undergo an alcohol and other drug assessment and abide by any treatment recommendations.