Recent convictions, sentencing and dismissals from felony cases in Waupaca County Circuit Court.
• Judge Vicki Clussman sentenced Rudy R. David-Weber to 18 months in prison and two years of extended supervision after revoking his probation.
David-Weber was convicted in 2016 of two counts of possession of narcotics and placed on two years of probation.
Court records indicate he violated the terms of his probation.
David-Weber is currently serving 18 months in prison because his probation for a 2015 felony marijuana conviction was revoked in Brown County.
• Judge Raymond Huber imposed and stayed two years in prison and placed Sean P. Darling, 32, Dodge Correctional Institution, on four years of probation.
Darling was convicted of possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver and two counts of burglary.
Terms of Darling’s probation include that he serve one year in jail and not drive with any amount of alcohol or restricted substances in his system.
Darling’s year in jail will be consecutive to the Outagamie County sentence of one year in state prison for felony bail jumping and credit card fraud.
• Judge Troy Nielsen placed Angela M. Guyant-Tankersley, 32, Neenah, on three years of probation with the conditions that she follow the terms set by a family court order and pay $2,948 in extradition costs and court fees.
Guyant was convicted of one felony count of interfering with a child custody order.
On July 3, 2015, Guyant’s boyfriend, Dale Tankersley, picked up her three children from their father’s place as part of Guyant’s court-ordered weekend visitation agreement.
She was required to return the children by 5 p.m. July 5. At 5:30 p.m., the children’s father called Clintonville police and reported that the children were missing and he suspected Guyant had taken them to Georgia.
Guyant’s cousin called the father from Fort Stewart, Georgia, and said the children were with her because Guyant and Tankersley had been fighting.
According to the criminal complaint, the children did “not have a refrigerator for food, they did not have any kind of food, and were just generally uncared for.”
The father later received a call from Guyant’s cousin informing him that Guyant had come onto the base, entered her home and taken two of the children while she was out running errands. At the time, the cousin’s 16-year-old daughter was babysitting Guyant’s children.
On Sept. 29, 2017, Guyant was arrested in Chatham County, Georgia, and subsequently extradited to Waupaca County, where she was held on a $20,000 cash bond until her sentencing.
In March 2015, Guyant was charged in Waupaca County with two felony counts of identity theft to avoid penalty, two counts of obstructing an officer, two counts of misdemeanor bail jumping and one count of operating after revocation. Those charges were dismissed and read into the court record on Nov. 7, 2017.
In Portage County, Guyant was charged in 2015 with possession of narcotics and identity theft. On Nov. 22, 2017, she was placed on two years of probation and given nine days in jail.
There are also open misdemeanor and traffic cases against Guyant in Brown and Winnebago counties.
• Nielsen sentenced Peter J. Klotzbuecher, 33, Manawa, to nine months in jail after convicting him of burglary.
Nielsen sentenced Klotzbuecher to an additional seven months in jail after revoking his probation for a 2015 conviction of theft and illegal entry into a building.
• Clussman sentenced Payton B. Meloy, 26, Clintonville, to 90 days in jail after convicting him of fleeing an officer.
In August, Clussman sentenced Meloy to six months in jail after revoking his probation for a 2016 conviction of possession of methamphetamine. The two sentences will be served consecutively.
• Huber placed Blaise D. Lorbeck, 21, Amherst, on two years of probation.
Lorbeck was convicted of felony criminal damage to property. A burglary charge was dismissed, but read into the court record.
Huber also stayed 30 days in jail to be used at the probation agent’s discretion and ordered Lorbeck to pay $3,542 in restitution and court costs.
• Nielsen dismissed charges of delivery of psilocin, possession of a controlled substance and misdemeanor bail jumping against Jeremy J. Pomerenke, 40, Ogdensburg.
• Clussman placed Olivia C. Wiskerchen, 27, Milladore, on one year of probation, imposed and stayed 30 days in jail, ordered her to submit to any counseling and treatment recommended by her probation agent and assessed her $1,339 in fines and court costs.
Wiskerchen was convicted of illegal possession of prescription drugs, theft and misdemeanor bail jumping. Charges of possession of narcotics and felony bail jumping were dismissed, but read into the court record.
• Nielsen placed Eric S. Boutwell, 23, Waupaca, on two years of probation and ordered him to submit to any counseling and treatment recommended by his probation agent.
Boutwell was convicted of possession of narcotics. Charges of possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia were dismissed but read into the record.
• Huber placed Ashlee F. Amador, 24, New London, on two years of probation.
Amador was convicted of credit card theft and obtaining a prescription drug by fraud.
Charges of delivery of methamphetamine and felony bail jumping were dismissed, but read into the record.
As conditions of her probation, Amador must pay $1,118 in court costs and submit to any counseling and treatment recommended by her probation agent.
This is the first of this month’s two-part criminal sentencing report.