Recent convictions, sentencing and dismissals from felony cases in Waupaca County Circuit Court.
• Judge Vicki Clussman sentenced Ken S. Frasier, 47, Oshkosh Correctional, to 25 years in state prison with 15 years of extended supervision.
Frasier was convicted in Waupaca County of second-degree sexual assault. A first-degree sexual assault charge was dismissed but read into the court record for sentencing purposes.
Frasier was convicted in Sauk County in 1995 of one count of repeated sexual assault of a child and sentenced to 12 years in prison. He was also placed on 25 years of probation for a second count of repeated sexual assault of a child. Sauk County revoked his probation three months after Waupaca County filed charges and sentenced him to 15 years in prison.
Frasier will serve his Waupaca County sentence concurrently with his Sauk County sentence.
• Judge Raymond Huber sentenced Jerome Drapes, 64, Waupaca County jail, to 18 months in prison and two years of extended supervision.
Drapes was convicted in July 2016 of misdemeanor battery and disorderly conduct. He also entered into a deferred prosecution agreement on a felony charge of making terrorist threats. The agreement was revoked after Drapes was charged with burglary, aggravated battery of elderly, lewd and lascivious behavior, mistreatment of animals and theft.
• Huber sentenced Scott J. Sales, 28, New London, to 18 months in prison with two years of extended supervision after revoking his probation.
Sales was on three years of probation for a 2015 burglary conviction.
Huber also placed Sales on three years of probation and assessed him $518 in court costs for a conviction of possession of methamphetamine. The probation will be consecutive to the extended supervision.
• Clussman placed Jack R. Raymond, 33, Wild Rose, on two years of probation.
Raymond was convicted in three separate cases of felony bail jumping, two counts of misdemeanor bail jumping and disorderly conduct. Charges of attempted battery to an officer, resisting an officer and disorderly conduct were dismissed but read into the record.
As a condition of his probation, Clussman stayed 45 days in jail that can be used at his agent’s discretion and assessed him $1,847 in fines and court costs.
• Clussman imposed and stayed 18 months in prison and placed Tiffany M. Knueppel, 33, Waupaca, on three years of probation.
Knueppel was convicted of possession of methamphetamine and misdemeanor bail jumping. Charges of identity theft and possession of drug paraphernalia were dismissed but read into the record.
As conditions of Knueppel’s probation, Clussman ordered that she pay $961 in court costs, not possess or consume any illegal drugs and participate in any counseling recommended by her agent.
• Clussman placed Kaeley M. Erickson, 24, Weyauwega, on three years of probation and ordered her to pay $4,757 in restitution and court costs.
After her arrest, Erickson posted a $1,000 cash bond, which was applied to her restitution.
Erickson was convicted of retail theft, credit card fraud and misdemeanor bail jumping in two separate cases. Charges of misdemeanor bail jumping and credit card fraud were dismissed but read into the record.
• Clussman placed Charles F. Besler, 33, Racine, on 18 months of probation.
Besler was convicted of illegal possession of prescription drugs.
Prosecution dropped a charge of felon in possession of a firearm.
A charge of possession of amphetamine with intent to deliver was dismissed but read into the record.
Bessler was assessed $443 in court costs.
• Clussman placed Timothy M. Lauersdorf Jr., 19, Waupaca, on two years of probation.
Lauersdorf was convicted of misdemeanor battery and misdemeanor child neglect, amended from felony child abuse.
Lauersdorf was charged after a 6-month-old baby who had been in his care suffered a broken leg.
As conditions of his probation, Lauersdorf must pay $886 in court costs and serve 14 days in jail with work release privileges.
Judge Troy Nielsen placed Michael M. Boucher, 28, Winnebago County jail, on three years of probation and assessed him $1,036 in fines and court costs.
Boucher was convicted in Waupaca County of fleeing an officer and felony bail jumping.
Boucher has been held on a $15,000 cash bail in Winnebago County jail since he was charged there with fleeing an officer and felony bail jumping in March. He is scheduled for sentencing in Winnebago County on Oct. 2.
• Huber placed Michael A. Stearns, 51, Waupaca, on two years of probation, sentenced him to 12 months in jail, then stayed 4 1/2 months.
Stearns was convicted of a fourth drunken driving offense and of two subsequent charges of felony bail jumping.
The judge also ordered Stearns to not possess or consume alcohol, not go into bars or liquor stores, install an ignition interlocking device on his vehicles for three years and participate in an alcohol and other drug assessment and a driver’s safety plan.
Stearns was assessed $3,127 for the drunken driving conviction and $1,036 for the bail jumping. The $2,000 cash bond he posted after his bail jumping arrest was paid toward his court costs.
• Clussman placed Harley T. Dobbertin, 23, Iola, on two years of probation, stayed six months in jail that may be used at his agent’s discretion and assessed him $518 in court costs.
Dobbertin was convicted of possession of methamphetamine.
• Clussman placed Brenda L. Anderson, 33, Menasha, on two years of probation.
Anderson was convicted of possession of methamphetamine. A charge of possession of marijuana and four counts of possession of drug paraphernalia were dismissed but read into the record.
The prosecutor dropped a second charge of meth possession.
Conditions of her probation include that Anderson not possess or consume any illegal drugs, not go on premises where she believes illegal drugs may be present and not associate with anyone who consumes or possesses illegal drugs.
Anderson was assessed $518 in court costs.
• Huber assessed Benjamin C. Soderberg, 42, Iola, $797 in fines and court costs.
Soderberg was convicted of misdemeanor theft. Charges of burglary, identity theft and credit card fraud were dismissed but read into the record.
Soderberg has also paid full restitution of $199.
• Huber placed Nicholas A. Wavruk, 21, Iola, on one year of probation.
Wavruk was convicted of obtaining a prescription drug by fraud and obstructing an officer.
Huber stayed 30 days in jail to be used by Wavruk’s probation agent with court approval. He also assessed Wavruk $886 in fines and court costs.
• Clussman imposed and stayed three years in prison, then placed Payton Meloy, 26, Waupaca, on four years of probation.
Meloy was convicted in two separate felony cases.
In the first case, he was convicted of burglary and felony bail jumping, while charges of retail theft, misdemeanor theft, criminal damage to property and felony bail jumping were dismissed and read into the record. Meloy was assessed $1,644 in restitution and court costs.
In a second case, Meloy was convicted of possession of methamphetamine. He was assessed $518.
As conditions of his probation, Clussman ordered Meloy to maintain absolute sobriety and full-time employment.