Waupaca County sentencing
? Roy D. Sindelar, 43, Weyauwega, was convicted of a sixth, seventh and eighth drunken driving offense. The three offenses occurred between March 4 and June 2, 2010.
On April 21, Judge John Hoffmann sentenced Sindelar to three years in state prison and two years of extended supervision. The judge also revoked Sindelar’s license for three years and assessed him $3,663 in fines and court costs.
Sindelar is currently serving 1 1/2 years in prison after being convicted of a fifth operating while intoxicated offense on March 10 in Outagamie County.
? Judge Raymond Huber placed Tyler J. Hooyman, 30, Appleton, on six months probation after convicting him of misdemeanor battery. A felony charge of third-degree sexual assault was dismissed but read into the court record.
? Timothy J. Dillon, 56, West Allis, was convicted of 17 felony counts of failure to pay child support.
Judge Hoffmann placed Dillon on 10 years probation and ordered him to pay $600 per month in back child support and make a $50,000 lump sum payment by the end of 2011. Dillon owes a total of $91,776 in restitution for unpaid child support.
? Judge Hoffmann placed Bryan J. Laper, Neenah, on three years probation and ordered him to pay $5,983 in restitution and $733 in court costs.
Laper was convicted of forgery uttering. He is also prohibited from opening a checking account.
? Melvin P. Olsen, 70, Waupaca, was convicted of a sixth drunken driving offense.
Judge Huber placed Olsen on three years probation, ordered him to spend nine months in jail, assessed him $4,138 in fines and court costs and revoked his license for three years.
? Judge Huber placed Anthony L. McGee, 61, Neenah, on five years probation and sentenced him to six months in jail.
McGee was convicted of second-degree sexual assault of a child and using a computer to facilitate a child sex crime. The prosecution dismissed three other counts of computer-related sex crimes.
Huber also ordered McGee to register as a sex offender and prohibited him from having access to a computer or the Internet.
? Judge Hoffmann sentenced Joel L. Rolfs, 49, Waupaca, to one year in jail, assessed him $4,046 in fines and court costs, and revoked his license for three years.
Rolfs was convicted of a sixth drunken driving offense. Two counts of causing injury while operating under the influence were dismissed and read into the record.
? Judge Philip Kirk sentenced Barry S. Fletcher, 47, New London, to three years in state prison and two years of extended supervision.
Fletcher was convicted of a seventh drunken driving offense. He was also assessed $3,492 in fines and court costs and his license was revoked for 24 months.