Second half of this month’s report on closed felony cases in Waupaca County Circuit Court.
• Judge Vicki Clussman placed Steven J. Cooper, 34, Waupaca, on three years of probation.
Cooper was convicted of felony delivery of heroin and obstructing an officer.
Conditions of his probation include four months in jail and maintaining absolute sobriety. He must also participate in any counseling and treatment recommended by his probation agent.
• Judge Raymond Huber placed Jhanay L. Richardson, 24, Chicago, on three years of probation and ordered her to pay $1,918 in restitution and court costs.
Richardson was convicted of one count of identity theft and one count of identity theft was dismissed but read into the court record.
In Outagamie County, Richardson was convicted of the same crime, while 19 other counts of identity theft and fraud against a financial institution were dismissed but read into the record. She was placed on three years of probation.
Richardson was convicted of financial crimes enterprise in Cook County and is currently an inmate at the Logan Correctional Center in Illinois.
• Huber dismissed charges of felony strangulation and misdemeanor battery against Lars A. Mackey, 18, Waupaca.
Mackey pleaded no contest to disorderly conduct, which was amended from a misdemeanor crime to an ordinance violation. He was fined $217.
• Judge Troy Nielsen placed Tanya V. Casas, 33, Wisconsin Rapids, on two years of probation with 90 days in jail.
Casas was convicted of a third drunken driving offense while a juvenile passenger was in the vehicle.
Nielsen also revoked her license for 48 months, ordered her to install an ignition interlock device (IID) for 48 months, undergo an alcohol and other drugs assessment, participate in counseling, perform 50 hours of community service and pay $5,667 in fines and court costs.
• Huber placed Nickolas J. Poplawski, 26, Appleton, on three years of probation with 10 dyas in jail.
In three separate criminal cases, Poplawski was convicted of felony delivery of narcotics, a second drunken driving offense, operating after revocation and felony bail jumping. Three counts of possession of methamphetamine were dismissed but read into the court record.
Huber stayed a 60-day jail sentence to be used at the probation agent’s discretion. The judge also ordered Poplawski to install an IID in his vehicle, pay $2,950 in fines and court costs, participate in a driver’s safety plan and revoked his license for one year.
• Huber ordered Joshua R. Hobart, 21, Marion, to pay $3,749 in restitution, fines and court costs.
Hobart was convicted of criminal damage to property. Two counts of illegal entry into a building were dismissed on a motion by the prosecution.
• Huber imposed and stayed a five-year prison sentence and placed Justin M. Wavruk, 30, Iola, on five years of probation.
Wavruk was convicted of a fifth drunken driving offense, possession of narcotics and felony bail jumping in two separate felony cases.
Huber sentenced Wavruk to one year in jail and stayed three months to be used by the probation agent. The judge also referred Wavruk to the drug treatment court, ordered him not to consume alcohol, revoked his license and ordered an IID to be installed on his vehicle for three years and assessed him $3,401 in fines and court costs.
Wavruk is currently serving nine months in jail in Portage County for his fourth drunken driving conviction.
• Clussman placed Adam A. Miller, 43, Scandinavia, on two years of probation with 170 days in jail.
Miller was convicted of his fourth and third offenses of operating with a prohibited alcohol content.
The judge revoked his license for 36 months and ordered him to pay $4,380 in fines and court costs, install an IID on his vehicle and participate in a Victim Impact Panel.
The first half of this month’s criminal sentencing report was posted here.